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Clothing collections: a design to suit all parties

Councils should rethink clothes bank tenders, says Mike Webster

Councils should rethink clothes bank tenders, says Mike Webster

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Picture: Selling clothes to the public or recyclers earns an estimated £200m a year for charities

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  • I think Councils are entirely right to take control of clothes banks on their sites. At least by taking control of their bring sites, the Councils can use the money for their own purposes and many also donate part of the revenue directly to local charities.

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