Jan 7 2015

How Local Children Use Our Rehomed Things

In 2014 we had a large number of unusual items to rehome.  Some of these ended up in a local nursery, Honeybees in Leominster,

Low and Behold's donated binders now being used by children for drawing

Low and Behold’s donated binders now being used by children for drawing

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 old A5 binders

into pads for the children.  They then used some offcuts of wood in their outdoor play area.  These might have eventually been composted, or possibly burnt as firewood, but Honeybees used them to make their play area more exciting.  As you can see from the photos, the children are definitely having fun with these things!

Our business reuse service is able to deal with lots of different things that you might not think are useful.  As these photos show, it just takes a little imagination to find a new home.

 

 

 

 

Children using wooden offcuts from Low and Behold's business reuse service

Children using wooden offcuts from Low and Behold’s business reuse service

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