Kilo of Cloths for £15 @ Middlesbrough on Saturday February 17
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Kilo of Cloths for £15 @ Middlesbrough on Saturday February 17

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Found 23rd JanEdited by:"nihir"
Saw it here.
Go to the link to buy tickets.

While many people would consider getting one item of clothing for £15 a bargain, what if you could get a whole lot more for the same price?

Preloved Vintage Wholesale hosts unique events across the UK where you get a kilo of clothing for just £15 - and the good news is that it’s coming to Teesside.

Set to be held at The Empire on Middlesbrough’s Corporation Road on Saturday, February 17, Preloved Kilo will see tonnes of vintage clothing hit the racks.

When is it?

The event is taking place at The Empire on Corporation Road in Middlesbrough on Saturday, February 17. It starts at 10am and finishes at 3pm.

How do I get in?

Entry is £1.50 for the whole day. You can pay on the door or buy in advance on Skiddle.
You can also buy ‘The Preloved Bundle’ which gets you entry, a queue jump, and one kilo for £14. This can be bought in advance on Skiddle.

How does it work?
On entry you’ll be given a big bag and its then all down to you. Most items will be on rails and in big tubs you can rummage through. Once you’ve filled your bag, take it to the pay station and a member of staff will weigh it and let you know how much you’ve spent. There’s also guide scales dotted around the venue so you can weigh as you go to keep track of how much your spending.
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Kilo of cloths - never can have enough cloths (or clothes)

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This’ll just be all the leftover tat that they can’t shift on eBay
Were do they get these clothes from:| are they clothes donated for charity?
It's a shame Kilo of Cloths' second album wasn't as good as their first
Will get our lass a new pair of pants
Their are companies who will buy a Kilo of clothes for £5. I thought they went to charity, but it looks like they sell them on.

Before people complain about being taken advantage of. What do you think happens to the stuff sent to Africa. They sell it to shops to sell on.
peter1969uk1 h, 12 m ago

Their are companies who will buy a Kilo of clothes for £5. I thought they …Their are companies who will buy a Kilo of clothes for £5. I thought they went to charity, but it looks like they sell them on. Before people complain about being taken advantage of. What do you think happens to the stuff sent to Africa. They sell it to shops to sell on.


Bet it smells nice in there.

I like a good jumble sale, but this feels stupid somehow.
Title should be £16.50 including entrance fee, sounds likes someone making a few bob on the entrance fee alone.

Utterly ridiculous to charge to get in, Some bright spark will start charging entrance at car boots soon.

This sounds like the Ryanair of Jumble sales
Edited by: "Fox_meister" 23rd Jan
peter1969uk1 h, 44 m ago

Their are companies who will buy a Kilo of clothes for £5. I thought they …Their are companies who will buy a Kilo of clothes for £5. I thought they went to charity, but it looks like they sell them on. Before people complain about being taken advantage of. What do you think happens to the stuff sent to Africa. They sell it to shops to sell on.


In London lots of places offers 50p for a kilo of unwanted cloths. I guess these companies are selling them for bigger profit.
Edited by: "bbleo211180" 23rd Jan
Fox_meister23rd Jan

Some bright spark will start charging entrance at car boots soon.


many already do
Just looking at the picture puts me off!
There’s never any decent vintage designer gear but plenty of vintage C&A and St Michael crap
Shop near my house buys for this price
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