Freegle is looking for volunteer Board members!

Would you like to help shape the future of the UK’s biggest online reuse network? Freegle is a UK non-profit organisation operating as an Industrial and Provident Society (co-op structure) and registered with HMRC as charitable. We oversee a network of 400+ online reuse groups run by about 1,000 local…

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Fill Your House for Free!

We know a lot of our members are creative, frugal and resourceful so we thought you would like to know about this opportunity. This year’s “Fill Your House for Free” – the Channel 4 TV series about upcycling – is being hosted by Gok Wan and they are looking for…

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Tech Take Back Day – Brighton

TECH TAKE BACK DAY | 10th JANUARY 2016 We would love to help you give your techy gadget a second life! Presuming Ed’s Coffee House, 114-115 London Road, Brighton BN1 4LJ You can preregister with your details here or just turn up on SUNDAY 10th January 10am to 4pm. Did…

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Press Release Upgrade Your World 15/10/15

Press Release 8am London time Thursday 15 October 2015 The online UK reuse network Freegle is one of only 50 organisations from around the world chosen via a public vote to win $50,000 (£32k) from Microsoft in their UpgradeYourWorld initiative. Freegle aims to provide an easy, free, local and friendly…

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Please vote for Freegle!

15 October 2015 We are absolutely thrilled to announce that we are 1 of 5 UK non-profits who have won $50,000 We are incredibly grateful to all of you who supported us and voted in your droves – thank you!! Chosen by you: Fifty nonprofit organizations receive support to #UpgradeYourWorld…

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‘Don’t throw it away: give it away’ Freegle groups now in Mid Sussex

Alison Redway, who lives in Burgess Hill, started an internet Freegle group seven years ago. She said: “I am a believer in making the most of what we have and it distresses me to see perfectly good stuff just being thrown away when I know that someone could make use…

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Freegle website helps turn trash into treasure for free with help from Penzance moderator Yvonne Turner.

A SELECTION of egg trays are to many, just a convenient packaging for their soon-to-be scrambled foodstuff and quickly discarded. But for some, like the person offering them on website Freegle, the seemingly innocuous trays could have an until-now hidden use. To read the article in full from The Cornishman…

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