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Can anyone tell me where the nearest one to jordanthorpe is please.

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There is also one a.t the Heeley retail park on Chesterfield Road

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Thanks I have put the bags of clothes on here for free if no one wants them today I will take them to one of the places.

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take them to a charity shop if you can, many clothing bins are not actually charity related

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take them to a charity shop if you can, many clothing bins are not actually charity related

 

The bin mentioned at lowedges firestation is. And to be honest I've never seen a clothing bin that isn't for some sort of charity..

 

Unless all the Romanian/ eastern European troops have started putting the bins out in hope us British folk would give them clothing answell as houses food and job or benefits and in some cases a job and jsa. Then I don't see where your coming from.

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I always take mine to the clothes recycling bin outside Elm lane fire station. I know this isn't useful to you froger, but anything that helps firefighters is worthy in my opinion

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yes be carefull when you put your clothes in the one at heeley because ive seen a few Romanians fishing the clothes out was discusted when I drove past and seen a few dragging clothes out what suppose to go to charity

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yes be carefull when you put your clothes in the one at heeley because ive seen a few Romanians fishing the clothes out was discusted when I drove past and seen a few dragging clothes out what suppose to go to charity

 

How do you know they were Romanians?

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How do you know they were Romanians?

 

Perhaps she meant to say Roma Gypsies, the kind that have migrated to Page Hall in their thousands.

 

I have seen the local Roma taking bin bags of clothes that were left outside people's homes and charity shops.

 

Unfortunately, as I am on your ignore list, you won't read this helpful Public Service announcement.

 

Never mind, it's your loss.

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