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Argos teams with Barnardo’s for Toy Exchange

TV presenter Louise Redknapp is helping to drive awareness of the promotion.

Argos has teamed up with Barnardo’s for the fourth consecutive year to launch its annual Toy Exchange initiative.

The nationwide campaign encourages customers to donated ‘pre-loved’ toys to their local Argos or Barnardo’s stores in exchange for a £5 toy voucher.

The toys will then be sold in one of Barnardo’s network of shops, raising vital funds or the charity.

This year, TV presenter Louise Redknapp is helping to drive awareness of the campaign, which runs until Friday November 20.

“Each year, Argos’ Toy Exchange raises hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of toy donations, and in the last three festive seasons we generated in excess of £1.9 million to help Barnardo’s,” said Amy Whitburn, head of corporate responsibility at Argos.

Louise Redknapp added: “I’m very excited to be a part of the fourth Argos Toy Exchange. It’s an incredibly worthwhile cause and one which can help make Christmas that little bit more special for disadvantaged families across the UK.”

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