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Giving Away Your Unwanted Items

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During Covid lockdown, it is apparent that lots of folk are having clear-outs of their unwanted items at home (and we don't mean their partners!).

There are various ways in which such items can be given away to new owners and so prevent yet more household items ending up in landfill.

The idea is simply to offer items as a gift, without charge, to those who can make good use of them and we are very keen to help facilitate this exchange process.

There are two existing platforms, locally:

The Haddenham Bucks Buying Selling & Swapping Facebook page

There's also an existing Buy Sell & Giveaway page here on Haddenham.net

Dedicated Free Re-cycling Platform

We now set up a dedicated Haddenham Freebies Facebook page to offer a much more purpose focused platform

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