AN INN in Andover has joined hands with a Polish shop to become a collection point of essential items and donations for those fleeing violence in Ukraine.

Station Inn on Bridge Street in Andover will act as a collection point for Ukrainian refugees to support he works by Polish Shop Delicatessen 13 on Junction Road.

Edyta Janiso-Szkutkowska, who runs the Polish shop, and Bogusia Rachwal-Komorska are leading the collection drive in Andover in a bid to transport the items to Ukrainians.

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A lorry company named Total Transport Srem, owned by Zbigniew Komorski, is transporting the items from Andover to Poland’s border of Ukraine on Saturday.

In a Facebook post the Station Inn said: “We will be acting as a collection point for Ukrainian refugees via the Polish Shop Delicatessen 13 down by the Mecca Bingo hall. 

“They are looking for mainly nappies, baby wipes, baby milk, hygiene products, first aid kits, medicines like liquid paracetamol/basic medication and non-perishable food (such as tinned food, pasta, rice, UHT milk). 

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“Pop in when we are open if you have any of these items to donate. Thank you.”

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