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Summer Clothes Swap

Clothes Swap - 15th March - Swap ShopWednesday 12th July  6:30-9pm
Venue: Studio G5 Ground Floor St Margaret’s House

Time to get ready for our Summer Clothes Swap! Start clearing out your wardrobe and refresh for the summer.

Swap women’s clothes and accessories- all sizes and styles welcome.

Drop off clothes from 6.30pm, start trying on and pondering your potential swap and we will start the fun of swapping from 7.30pm with glass or cup of something yummy.

We may also be lucky enough to have someone coming along to show you some simple repairs and refashions on the night- watch the fb event for updates
See you there!
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Help needed in the Swap Shop

Unfortunately we’ve had to close the Swap Shop due to safety concerns.
Do you have half an hour to help with the clean up?
We are going in on Thursday 6th July from 1-3pm to have a good clear out.

If you can help out, even for half an hour we would really appreciate it and you would be helping keep this valuable resource open for everyone who loves it.
Thank you so much
Jaimie
Swap Shop Team
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Swap Shop upcycling

Dress made by Isabell Buenz from Swap Shop materialsThe Swap Shop on the ground floor is great for finding treasures! Isabell Buenz made her Christmas Party dress, which she is modelling in the photo, from fabrics found in the Swap Shop.

Isabell Buenz and Jane Buxton also held a gift wrapping event in the St Margaret’s House Library earlier this week and would like to thank everyone who donated.  £10.50 was made for the Oxfam Syria Appeal and £10.50 for the Wildcat Haven.

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Re-opening of the Swap Shop

HUGE apologies for the swap shop being closed so much recently. This is mainly been due to a larger then usual number of donations/people moving out of the building as well as usual donations.

When so much is donated at once it gets untidy and unmanageable with items strewn about the floor making it unsafe. This can take ages to sort out with limited volunteer hours available.

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