Nadia Sawalha slims down her wardrobe for British Heart Foundation Shops

PUBLISHED: 18:15 01 September 2011 | UPDATED: 19:55 20 February 2013

Nadia Sawalha slims down her wardrobe for British Heart Foundation Shops

Nadia Sawalha slims down her wardrobe for British Heart Foundation Shops

Join Actress and TV Presenter, Nadia Sawalha, by slimming down your wardrobe for British Heart Foundation (BHF) Shops Big Donation stock appeal...


Nadia Sawalha slims down her wardrobe for BHF Shops

Join Actress and TV Presenter, Nadia Sawalha, by slimming down your wardrobe for British Heart Foundation (BHF) Shops Big Donation stock appeal. Aiming to receive 600,000 bags of stock this September everyone can help by donating good quality clothing, shoes, accessories, CDs, DVDs, books, toys and bric-a-brac.


Nadia, who has recently lost 3 and a half stone and has since donated her unwanted clothes to BHF Shops, says: I love fashion but theres no point hoarding all those gorgeous clothes you no longer wear when someone else can enjoy them! Everyone can help save lives this September by donating good quality items to their local BHF Shop.


And its not just your wardrobe BHF Shops are after. . . If youre planning on clearing out your home this September why not organise a FREE collection for that good quality sofa or wardrobe you no longer need, or drop by your local BHF Furniture and Electrical Store with those unwanted toasters; kettles and Hi-Fis.


For more information on The Big Donation and the FREE collection service visit bhf.org.uk/bigdonation. To find your nearest BHF Shop or Furniture and Electrical Store call 0844 412 5000.

Nadia Sawalha slims down her wardrobe for BHF Shops

Join Actress and TV Presenter, Nadia Sawalha, by slimming down your wardrobe for British Heart Foundation (BHF) Shops Big Donation stock appeal. Aiming to receive 600,000 bags of stock this September everyone can help by donating good quality clothing, shoes, accessories, CDs, DVDs, books, toys and bric-a-brac.

Nadia, who has recently lost 3 and a half stone and has since donated her unwanted clothes to BHF Shops, says: I love fashion but theres no point hoarding all those gorgeous clothes you no longer wear when someone else can enjoy them! Everyone can help save lives this September by donating good quality items to their local BHF Shop.

And its not just your wardrobe BHF Shops are after. . . If youre planning on clearing out your home this September why not organise a FREE collection for that good quality sofa or wardrobe you no longer need, or drop by your local BHF Furniture and Electrical Store with those unwanted toasters; kettles and Hi-Fis.

For more information on The Big Donation and the FREE collection service visit www.bhf.org.uk/bigdonation.

To find your nearest BHF Shop or Furniture and Electrical Store call 0844 412 5000.


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