Bored of what’s hanging in your closet? Then it’s time to GET SWISHING!
Dig out those clothes lurking at the back of your wardrobe and use them as currency to get clothes you will wear.
Bring up to 10 items of clothing you no longer want that are clean and in good condition to swap.
Drop them off from 11:00am – 11:30pm in exchange for tokens (1 item = 1 token).
The Swish opens at 12:00pm, and then it’s time to shop! Browse the rails and use your tokens to take away a fabulous new outfit.
- Each person must bring at least one good quality item of clothing, shoes or accessories to take part – maximum 10 please
- As you arrive exchange your items for Swishing tokens (1 item = 1 token)
- Nightwear, swimwear and underwear including socks will not be accepted
- Items must be in a good condition – something that has shrunk, is stained or needs repairing (e.g. missing buttons, broken zips, loose sequins or beading, rips, tears, fabric pulls or holes, bobbly bits, disintegrating seams or hems, lint or fluff) will not be accepted
- Guests are asked NOT to browse the rails whilst items are being prepared for Swishing
- When the Swish is declared open clothes can then be taken on a first come first served basis. But please no biting, scratching or hair pulling!
- Tokens are then returned in payment as clothes are taken from the event
- Swishing credits from previous events will be accepted
When & Where
Harrow Communities Click
Communities Click is a membership organisation which will seek to create a sense of ownership and help members do 2 things:
• Be socially connected around shared values and interests to tackle and prevent isolation.
• Live life with a purpose with the opportunity to share skills and knowledge and contribute to their community.
Anyone can join Communities Click including local shops and businesses. There will be access to a full range of social and learning events as well as opportunities for members to engage and socialise. We will encourage members to help coproduce the service as well as being involved as a giver and receiver