Barnardo’s has more than 630 shops across the UK where you can discover the joy of shopping pre-loved. We have something for everyone, from the latest pre-loved fashion, accessories, homeware and much more at irresistible prices. Even better, 100% of the profits made in our stores help to change the lives of the UK’s most vulnerable children, young people, and families.
Shopping that makes you feel great, whilst doing great!
Shop from Crisis and help end homelessness for good. Shop sustainably with us, by browsing our range of quality, pre-loved furniture, jewellery and clothing from High Street, independent and vintage brands. Every item sold is unique, and all funds raised help Crisis support people on their journeys out of homelessness.
Currys are a leader in giving technology a longer life through repair, recycling and reuse. Currys offer customers products that help them save energy, reduce waste, and save water, and partner with charitable organisations to bring the benefits of amazing technology to those who might otherwise be excluded.
ELWA is working with the boroughs of Barking and Dagenham, Havering, Newham and Redbridge to run four Repair Cafes during February and March 2022.
Hackney Council works with multiple partners to deliver zero waste hubs for residents to make it easier to repair and reuse items.
The council is excited to be involved in London Repair Week and will be celebrating by promoting some of the great reuse and repair organisations in their borough.
Kentish Town City Farm is a local charity that helps city people connect with animals, nature and the environment.
Hillingdon Council has partnered with Traid, Hillingdon Friends of the Earth and Dr Bike to host a repair workshop that is open to everyone. Join us at the event on Saturday 12th March to learn about repairing small electricals, maintaining your bike and mending clothes to extend their life cycle and avoid waste.
With big ambitions to become London’s most sustainable borough, Sutton is thrilled to be supporting London Repair Week 2022. We’ll be providing activities and information to help residents reduce waste and repair more, and shining the spotlight on some of Sutton’s Repair Heroes.
At Petit Miracles our people bring new life to salvaged, vintage and antique items to create beautiful and affordable bespoke furniture. We change lives for the better in practical, measurable and impactful ways through tools and guidance, hands-on experience, workshops, and business retail space.
Primark has been working to become a more sustainable business for the past ten years, but Primark Cares accelerates this. Primark Cares is our commitment to doing better, every day – making more sustainable products everyone can afford, reducing our impact on the planet and improving the lives of workers.
At Socko we promote mending. That’s why every pair of our UK made socks comes with a swatch of yarn and a darning needle.
Ted Baker is a global fashion and lifestyle company born in the UK. Having grown steadily from its origins as a specialist shirt store in Glasgow in 1988, it now has over 500 stores, outlets, and concessions worldwide, including boutiques in all the major fashion destinations across the UK. At Ted Baker, we put the fair and ethical treatment of our people, planet and product at the heart of everything we do. We are committed to building a culture of trust, reducing our environmental impact, and empowering conscious consumption by offering our customers more sustainable choices.
The UCL Plastic Waste Innovation Hub is a multidisciplinary research group tackling material circular economy issues.
Keeping a 24-hour city clean is a 24-hour job. In Westminster, we clear about 180,000 tonnes of waste every year. This year the food waste recycling service will be introduced city-wide to increase recycling rates and work towards creating a cleaner, greener city.