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NIKE give away (condition:used)

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9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
i've NIKE trainers to give away because i seldom use from now on
i think that give is better than throw away
anyway you can see from my real item

SIZE UK4

http://pic60.picturetrail.com/VOL1772/8692620/16100564/246090650.jpg

free: pick up in Nottingham

post to uk: 5 pounds (paypal only)

if you are interested plz contact me, thank you
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9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#2
As generous as this is, would a charity shop not a better way of giving away free trainers?
#3
i'm really sorry anyway
because i'm new here and not british citizen
so i dont know how to do
thx dean_brfc, i then search about charity shop
and decide to do next..

Actually, i prepare to pack my stuff to go back to my motherland this summer holiday

so i have many stuffs to sell and throw away ^^
banned#4
There are lots of charity shops here in England, being one of the most charitable countries there is - as I am sure you have found!

Charity shops are BIG business here in the UK, you can usually smell them - old person smell. Anyway, because they are so big they like to advertise the fact they are there, you have probably seen some. Some of the best I know of are :- Tesco, B&Q, Wilkinsons, Carpet Right and PC World to name a few. Simply walk hand your shoes to someone (B&Q is probably easiest for this as the ones you need to hand to are orange, unless of coure David Dickinson is in there also doing some charity!) and leave - simple as.

Your choice to which you take to is up to you and who you most want to help, the following is a list of what the above raise funds for.

Tesco - Needy farm shop owners.
B&Q - BBQ injuries to people and animals.
Wilkinsons - Young men who have had serious razor injuries, that have caused upset and pain.
Carpet Right - Young women whom have been affected by carpet burns.
PC World - These set up communities for unwanted police constables.

Hope this is of some help.
#5
thx so much
#6
Who's_Watching?
There are lots of charity shops here in England, being one of the most charitable countries there is - as I am sure you have found!

Charity shops are BIG business here in the UK, you can usually smell them - old person smell. Anyway, because they are so big they like to advertise the fact they are there, you have probably seen some. Some of the best I know of are :- Tesco, B&Q, Wilkinsons, Carpet Right and PC World to name a few. Simply walk hand your shoes to someone (B&Q is probably easiest for this as the ones you need to hand to are orange, unless of coure David Dickinson is in there also doing some charity!) and leave - simple as.

Your choice to which you take to is up to you and who you most want to help, the following is a list of what the above raise funds for.

Tesco - Needy farm shop owners.
B&Q - BBQ injuries to people and animals.
Wilkinsons - Young men who have had serious razor injuries, that have caused upset and pain.
Carpet Right - Young women whom have been affected by carpet burns.
PC World - These set up communities for unwanted police constables.

Hope this is of some help.

As funny as that is the OP may have believed you.

Some real charity shops:

Oxfam
Cancer Research
British Heart Foundation
NSPCC
Marie Curie
Barnardos

Just look out for shops full of old tat, and old people buying said old tat.
#7
I smell a rat! And I don't think it's the shoes!!! Bit late for April fools are we not!
#8
Most people wouldn't want second hand shoes/trainers, No offence.

Charity shop will be the best bet though.
#9
:roll: definately charity shop
banned#10
seancampbell
As funny as that is the OP may have believed you.

Some real charity shops:

Oxfam
Cancer Research
British Heart Foundation
NSPCC
Marie Curie
Barnardos

Just look out for shops full of old tat, and old people buying said old tat.


Lets just hope he saw your post before a 24hr tesco then!
banned#11
Did you get to a charity shop?
#12
thx seancampbell for good advice
In fact, i know that Who's_Watching? was sarcastic me TT but i want to say thx him for giving long reply. I dont know s/he waste time or not
Anyway, i'll go to oxfam or ... soon

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