Dewsbury church opens Ukrainian relief drop-off point

Westborough Methodist Church, Dewsbury, has opened a relief drop-off point to collect essentials to send across to Ukraine.

By Jessica Barton
Wednesday, 16th March 2022, 2:00 pm
People looking to flee the conflict in Ukraine wait for trains on the platform at Kyiv station.
People looking to flee the conflict in Ukraine wait for trains on the platform at Kyiv station.

The drop-off point has opened to collect donations for families and children affected by the conflict in Ukraine.

The drop-off point is open on Wednesday and Friday from 11am-5pm.

The church are looking for the following essential items to be donated :

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- Flasks and hot water bottles

- Nappies & wet wipes, including nappies for elderly

- Sanitary products

- Batteries, flashlights and candles

- Warm blankets and sleeping bags

- Painkillers and first aid supplies

- Toiletries and hygiene products ( new )

- Dried and tinned food for humans and pets

- Baby food, formula & baby clothing

- soft toys, crayons and colouring books.

All donations can be dropped off at Westborough Methodist Church, Brunswick Street, Dewsbury, WF13 4ND.