One person’s rubbish is another person’s treasure. Do you have stuff cluttering up the place that never gets used and you don’t want to throw away, yet is not worth selling? Freecycle can be an answer. It basically means giving things away to other people so they can avoid the expense of buying new, or a means to request items that are needed. Started on the internet, we’re going to try and set up a Glendale based Freecycle network.
There are very few rules to the Freecycle process. You are expected to advertise something you wish to get rid of before you start taking things, and no animals should be advertised. The Glendale Freecycle will be free to users, who should be resident in the Glendale area (a web based Skye & Lochalsh area freecycle is available on the internet). Initially a paper system will be available through the post office & this will be extended to the Glendale Trust website in due course.
What next? If you want to take part, pick up a form from Glendale Post Office, fill it in and hand it back or email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your goodies,simple as that. Goods on offer or needed will be available to view on a board in the back of the post office and on this website.
Just let Nancy or Graham know when the items have gone to a good home so that they can be taken off the list.
Nancy Bell 511266
Standard double mattress, few years old, clean, light use. Free, but please collect if possible. Might be able to deliver in Glendale area in fine weather. We must dispose of mattress before end August.
Anita/Robert 511 357