Appeal made for household items in aid of couple affected by Wyre Close fire

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Wyre Close is just off Coppice Lane, Walsall Wood. imagery from Apple Maps.

Following the unfortunate house fire in Wyre Close, Walsall Wood on Saturday evening (3rd December 2016) friend of the couple affected, Abigail Claire has been appealing for anyone that may be discarding useful household items to donate them if they can.

Abigail said:

If anyone has any spare household items can you please get in touch. I spent some time with the family last night and as you can imagine they were heartbroken.

I have:

Kettle
Toaster
Microwave
Pull out bed
1 quilt set
Small TV
Few clothes

They have nothing the whole house gone. They have my number so will call I presume when they get over the initial shock and find somewhere to stay.

I’m just asking people to hold on to things or be mindful when doing their “Christmas clearout” and hold on to some stuff incase it’s needed.

If you have anything you think might be useful, please contact Abigail by Facebook here – she’s checking for messages regularly, so even if you’re not friends she should pick up your response.

Thanks to Abigail for a true act of community spirit and warm-heartedness. This is true humanity.

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One Response to Appeal made for household items in aid of couple affected by Wyre Close fire

  1. Sarah hipkin says:

    If the have children I have a cot bed with mattress.

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