At the end of February 2022, the council arranged for the “Voice of Stella” charity organization to use the premises in the Meridian shopping center free of charge to collect donations for the “Ukrainian Appeal”.

The charity is moving from this block to a large local warehouse, but the two Ukrainian Collection trolleys will be under the centre’s escalator.

Rob Fryer, Center Manager, said: “Working with Wayne Keeping and the rest of his team to raise as much awareness as possible of their efforts, donations to this cause from good people Havant opened her eyes.

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Volunteers of “Voice of Stella” in “Meridian” shopping center.

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“We are all amazed by the hard work of the volunteers and the continued generosity in the form of material donations that the people of Havant have made, with the money now standing at a remarkable £1,500.”

The council also donated shelving from the unit for use in the charity’s warehouse in Moldova.

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