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A CHARITY stamp appeal has been launched to raise funds for people who are blind or find it hard to see.

The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is urging everyone to donate their used stamps to be changed into money for much-needed services.

RNIB’s volunteer stamp appeal co-ordinator Terri Bush said: ‘Any amount of used stamps, large or small, is appreciated.’

She said: ‘This will go a long way, for the Christmas period and throughout the year.’

The charity gets £7 for every 6,000 stamps it collects.