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RESIDENTS are being invited to donate unwanted clothes, books, toys, and household goods to disabled people.

Self-storage company Safestore has asked as many people as possible to drop off the items at their local Safestore as part of a national initiative to support disabled people in the UK.

There are branches near Fratton Park and in Northarbour in Portsmouth.

On Wednesday, Safestore is launching a month-long ‘Great Donate’ challenge in support of national disability charity Scope. The campaign aims to collect as many goods as possible that can be sold through Scope charity shops.

Residents can also drop off donations at any Scope shop.

Safestore is supporting Scope for the sixth year running.

David Thorpe from Safestore said: ‘Please visit to help place Hampshire at the top of the generosity league.’

More details and locations can be found at