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Surrey Hills Neighbourhood News | Spring Osteo Clinic where in the latest Surrey Hills Neighbourhood News to thank the publication for promoting the campaign as well as thank the Surrey Hills community for donating so many nappies to their drop off point.  The nappy collective campaign collect leftover unused disposable nappies and redistribute them to organisations that support families in crisis or in need. Collections run for two weeks in February, July and October. To date, 226,207 nappies have been collected across Australia.  Spring Osteo Clinic was the Surrey Hills drop off point for the first time in October and will continue to support this campaign in 2015 so start saving those left over nappies!  For more information about the nappy collective campaign go to their website.

 

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Spring Osteo Clinic thank Neighbourhood News and the Surrey Hills community for donating nappies to the Nappy Collective campaign.
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