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    Tasha
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    Freecycle

    Post by Tasha on Fri Jan 14, 2011 12:50 am

    I don't know how many of you know about this site, but it's where people get rid of things for free. You can place a wanted ad too and look through the site to see what is for offer. You get a daily mail sent to your email inbox and you can flick through to see what is on offer or if anyone wants something you have that you don't want. I furnished most of my flat that way as I came back to Dorset with nothing and I mean nothing, I just had a handful of clothes for me and Kieran.
    Just google freecycle.org and then type in the box the place you live in and it will bring it up.
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    Re: Freecycle

    Post by Hayley on Fri Jan 14, 2011 12:57 am

    I used to always use freecycle, then one day i thought why do i bother!! I gave away almost every unwanted thing i owned, and not once did i ever get any response to anything i wanted! I asked for things like spare towls for my dogs bed, i think the most i ever asked for was a shield for my car windscreen!! And you can buy them for less than a fiver!! It jist gave me the feeling of all take tale and never give!! I gave away a graco travel system, high chair, toys, dvds, printer, even a dlink wireless router!! These things i could of made money from but i aint really like that!! So i stopped using it! Now i either put em on netmums and ask for a offerr put em on ebay and just let the bidding donits work
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    Re: Freecycle

    Post by Tasha on Fri Jan 14, 2011 1:11 am

    Some people are like that on there. I personally haven't had any problems. But just thought I would share Very Happy
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    Re: Freecycle

    Post by *Claire* on Fri Jan 14, 2011 6:48 am

    we use freecycle.

    all my baby bits went on there and went to teenage mum who couldnt afford anything so i felt quite good knowing it was going to help someone out.

    We also managed to get a load of paving slabs off there for paving our front garden although they are still in the back garden as del hasnt got round to it yet lol


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