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12.00 to 3.00 pmIf you are a resident of Barnet,then you have a chance to donate your unwanted items and/or collect items you can re-use for free.
North London Waste Authority (NLWA) in partnership with the London Community Resource Network (LCRN) are delivering a series of re-use events in north London, as part of NLWA’s waste prevention programme which promotes reduction and reuse across north London.
LCRN/NLWA GIVE and TAKE DAYS – your chance to pass on things you no longer need and pick up something you do for FREE.
12.00 to 1.45 pm give and 2.00 to 3.00 pm take
Please note that you can give: books, DVDs/CDs, garden ware, IT, tools, clothes/shoes, small furniture, small electrical items and toys. We also accept: large furniture and white goods. We will NOT accept broken or unsafe items.
Free bulky items collection - you can have large furniture and white goods collected for free by registering with us. Bulky items will be collected on the day of your borough event. No items outside the north London boroughs will be collected from households. Please note collection will depend on availability as we expect a high demand on this service and that we will apply a First-Come, First-Served (FCFS) service policy.
At events we will also run clothes up-cycling activities and repair workshops:
· Clothes up-cycling activities - you will learn how to create new clothes, kitchen items, accessories and toys from old clothes . Please note you don't need to bring your one piece of clothes.
· Repair workshop - you will have the opportunity to repair your own electrical items and learn the most common DIY by participating to our repair workshop. Please make sure you have deleted all your data from your items and bear in mind we do NOT take responsibilities for your items. FCFS service policy will be applied.
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London Community Resource Network
LCRN works to help London manage resources sustainably; to maximise environmental and community benefit. Our vision is that of London as a city where communities, enterprises, and the public manage resources sustainably.