A poppy recycling collection pint will be available at Sainsbury’s Horsham customer service desk from Thursday November 12 to Tuesday 24.
All collected poppies will go back to The Royal British Legion to either help make new poppies or to generate more funds for , the nation’s biggest Armed Forces charity.
Leading up to Armistice Day, poppy collectors were at Sainsbury’s Horsham from October 26 to November 11 raising funds for The Royal British Legion.
There were poppy inspired products on sale in-store, with all profits going to the charity.
The range included two poppy jute bags, tea towels and two flower bouquets.
And for the first time, online customers had the opportunity to make a donation to The Royal British Legion and receive a stick-on paper poppy when they made an order between October 23 and November 11.
Last year, in honour of the Centenary of the First World War and our 20th year of partnership customers and colleagues helped raise £7 million for The Royal British Legion.
Sainsbury’s Horsham Store Manager Derek Boarer said: “I’d like to thank our customers for their kind donations and support every year, the Horsham community has been really supportive of the Poppy Appeal.”
Picture contributed by Sainsburys Horsham.