RE:LOVE - amazing bargains on household items for students
6 January 2014
We have a huge range of kitchen equipment (cooking utensils, cutlery, cups, bowls, glasses etc) and loads of other items for your flat (cleaning equipment, plastic tubs, clothes hangers etc).
Alexander Fleming students - Tuesday 7 January, 10am-4pm, visit our stall in the cafe next to the halls of residence reception at Alexander Fleming House.
Marylebone students – Wednesday 8 January, 10am-4pm, visit our stall in the Marylebone Campus in the learning platform.
Both of the stalls are open to all University of Westminster students. We will also be doing a very short energy-saving quiz with a free Fairtrade chocolate bar for everyone that takes part!
This project, known as RE:LOVE works in partnership with a local organisation, CRISP, to provide incoming students with affordable second-hand items unwanted by the previous term's students. This prevents tons of waste from going to landfill and gives you the opportunity to save lots of money. The project benefits a number of London charities including Clothes Aid, Emmaus, TRAID, hospitals and homeless shelters.
The project has been extremely successful at the University of Westminster and other universities, and we would seriously recommend you coming to have a look before you buy anything for your flat/kitchen.
For more information please contact [email protected].
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