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South Norfolk church is offering office printer for free 

PrinterHopeChurch500A South Norfolk church is offering its office printer free to a good home.

Hope Church in Diss has just bought a new printer and would love its existing printer to go to a good home.

Matt Scade from the church said: “Our existing printer is no longer needed and rather than just get rid of it, we wondered if there's any church or charity organisation out there who would like to come and collect it and take it away free of charge.
“It is in full working order, does colour and black and white and you can buy the developers from eBay.  It works fine with Windows and Chrome doesn't like being connected to Apple Macs. It would need two or three people to remove it as it is quite heavy and is on first floor.”
If you are interested, ring the church office on 01379 644223 and quote Network Norfolk.

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