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messageHow to donate clothes hangers!
Posted by philosophie 07 December, 2019 14:13

Hello, does anyone know if there are any local shops, etc, in the area that need some clothes hangers donated? Although I'm in the habit of refusing them now when shopping, we have so many that have stockpiled over the years and I just don't know what to do with them all. Obviously, I do not want to chuck them and see them on top of landfill! Struggling to find much advice online. All suggestions welcome :-)

messageRe: How to donate clothes hangers!
Posted by shazza76 07 December, 2019 14:59

In the past Iíve donated the metal hangers to the dry cleaners next door to post office on Lordship Lane. They were happy to take them.

messageRe: How to donate clothes hangers!
Posted by Annie5 09 December, 2019 15:49

I had a load of Sainsburys coat hangers so gave them to Customer Services at the Dogkennel Hill store, so they can be re-used ......

messageRe: How to donate clothes hangers!
Posted by Sue 10 December, 2019 17:43

I advertised a load on here (free) and somebody took them.

messageRe: How to donate clothes hangers!
Posted by virgosuzie January 17, 11:28AM

I am interested in some adult size plastic hangers if you still have them?


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