In 2014 we had a large number of unusual items to rehome. Some of these ended up in a local nursery, Honeybees in Leominster, which is run by the charity OAKS. We’re pleased to see that they made good use of things that might otherwise have been thrown away. First of all, then turned the.
Now the sun is shining and lambs are leaping in the fields, are you thinking it’s time for a spring clean? If so, then you might want to get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org to get hold of a vacuum, new mop or mop bucket! Free to charities and not-for-profit organisations and available at a low.
It’s been a busy couple of months at Low and Behold, not least because we moved into our new warehouse site back in November. This unit in Leominster has helped us expand our award-winning business reuse and recycling service. We are now able to sort, categorise and weigh materials more effectively and can now also.
Over the past few months we have expanded the reuse service we offer. Our most recent work has been carried out with Amey, one of the most diverse companies in the public sector, which works across the UK designing and maintaining many of the services that people rely on every day. The company provides a.
Low and Behold can provide the perfect solution for a wide range of unwanted items. Since 2006 we have worked with a number of high street retailers, banks and event companies, to help them find new homes for materials that are no longer needed, such as branded wear. By using a network of charities and.
We’ve had a great couple of months rehoming unwanted items from national events. Recently this has included 1,500 women’s vest t-shirts and over 600 unisex t-shirts, both from different running events. These have found new homes in London and the South East where they are being used in children’s art and sports projects. For example, one.