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    £5 off £35 spend M&S, clothing, home and beauty.

    Instore, yesterday, they were giving away vouchers , £5 off £35 spend on clothing , beauty & homeware.
    Valid from 11-18 June, instore or online,
    The online code is SPSV5JUN.
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    These vouchers are always available from Oxfam; simply donate some unwanted M&S clothing and ask for a voucher. The Oxfam vouchers are valid throughout the calendar month that they're issued.
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    They always need your bras. Not to sell here but for the developing world and as we should replace our bras every few months to get max. support it makes sense to donate them.

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    Every few months? I suppose how often each one gets worn can depend upon how many you have, but I sure don't cast them off so soon!

    I actually keep a stock of unwanted clothes ready for donating to Oxfam, so that I can easily get a £5 voucher for M&S from them whenever I need one. Not sure they actually send anything to the developing worth though?

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    Clothes that are past wearing I keep to one side and pop in a plastic bag that charities pop through my door. I make sure it is a proper charity that is getting a percentage of the amount raised through the sale of the clothes like Papworth hospital etc. The company collects the stuff and sells the reasonable quality stuff as clothes and the rest is used for industrial rags or is specially cleaned and distinfected and then shredded for furniture stuffing etc.

    High Street charity shops do the same with clothing, curtains, bedlinen etc that is not good enough to sell in the shop.

    Nothing we wear should ever end up in landfill, it can all be recyled in one way or another.


 

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