Recycle your poppy in Potters Bar store to support Royal British Legion

PUBLISHED: 13:46 23 November 2016 | UPDATED: 13:46 23 November 2016

Joanne Ashy with her daughter Elsie day, and colleague Atish Patel.

Joanne Ashy with her daughter Elsie day, and colleague Atish Patel.

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A Potters Bar supermarket is offering a service to recycle people's poppies.

Following The Royal British Legion’s 2016 Poppy Appeal, customers can make their donation go further this year in Sainsbury’s.

For the fourth year running, until Sunday, November 27, the store will be providing a recycling service to support The Royal British Legion, the nation’s biggest Armed Forces charity.

A poppy recycling box will be available at the Customer Service Desk.

All collected poppies will go back to the Legion to enable them to re-use or recycle them.

Karen Staples, store manager at Sainsbury’s Potters Bar said: “Sainsbury’s supported the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal this year by selling poppies and holding collections in store. With this recycling initiative, we wanted to show our customers another way they can support the Legion to ensure their poppies don’t go to waste.

“We hope the recycling drive proves a success with our Potters Bar customers”.

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