Paper Round (22 March) - Which clients are advertising in the national press?

As spring approaches, today's newspaper ads and offers focus on clearing-out, cleaning and home improvement.

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M&S advertises its tie-up with Oxfam in The Daily Mail. The retailer is collecting old own-label clothing for Oxfam as part of the spring "wardrobe clear-out".

The ads also appear in the Daily Express, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, The Independent and The Times.

Asda promises low prices on cleaning products, including Bold washing powder and Finish dishwasher cleaner, in The Sun and the Daily Mirror.

The Sun also offers readers the chance to win a home improvement voucher as part of its Sun Bingo game.

Power supplier E.ON takes out a four-page advertorial in the Mirror that features case studies of families who have cut their energy use.

EnjoyEngland.com advertises in The Daily Telegraph and The Times, reminding readers of the places they can visit close to home over the upcoming bank holidays.

Morrisons advertises Rimmel make-up products for under £5 with an ad in the Daily Mirror.

Beefeater Grill tells readers of The Sun "proper lunches aren't just for Sundays" as part of its campaign "for proper lunches".

The Red Cross continues its Libya appeal in The Independent as the country remains on the brink of war.

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