Pan-tastic offer

PUBLISHED: 16:55 01 May 2008 | UPDATED: 21:19 26 October 2009

New for old pans

New for old pans

ARE you fed up cooking with tired, jaded and worn out saucepans?  Well, thanks to the Professional Cookware company, at The Galleria in Hatfield, you can trade your old pans in for new ones. And at the same time you will be helping to raise money for hea

ARE you fed up cooking with tired, jaded and worn out saucepans?

Well, thanks to the Professional Cookware company, at The Galleria in Hatfield, you can trade your old pans in for new ones.

And at the same time you will be helping to raise money for healthcare charity, Sue Ryder Care.

The firm is launching its Great Pan Amnesty and urging Times Territory residents to exchange their old saucepans, for an exclusive 10 per cent discount off new ones.

Running until May 18, the pan amnesty also hopes to raise vital funds for Sue Ryder Care through the sale of donated unwanted saucepans via the charity's shops.

The money will help the charity care for more people living with conditions including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, cancer and stroke.

Kay Barnes, recycling business development manager at Sue Ryder Care, said: "The Great Pan Amnesty is a great way to encourage people not to throw items that can be re-used in the bin.

"All unwanted saucepans received can be converted into vital funds to enable us to continue to provide care that liberates lives.


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