When it comes to parting with handbags – whatever the reason may be – we’re passionate believers in upcycling and reusing where possible.
That’s why, together with McArthurGlen Swindon, we’re hosting Recycle with Radley; a two-week amnesty where you can bring in your pre-loved Radley London handbags and receive 20% off a new one.
The best part? All profits made go directly to Brighter Futures, a charity for Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which fundraises to deliver extra special care for local patients, their families and the staff who treat them.
Between 21st February and 5th March, our Swindon store will feature a dedicated collection box, where you can donate your pre-loved Radley London handbags.
In return, we’ll ask you to fill in a little ‘About Me’ card, so its next owner can understand the bag’s history, and gift you a 20% off voucher to put towards purchases at any McArthurGlen Radley store, before 5th April.
Every handbag donated will be up for re-sale at McArthurGlen Swindon’s Brighter Futures Charity Pop-Up on the 7th and 8th March.
To help fund ground-breaking research and provide local hospitals with state-of-the-art equipment, 100% of profits will go directly to the charity Brighter Futures.
“We’re delighted to be taking part in the upcoming Handbag Amnesty at McArthurGlen in Swindon,” comments Elizabeth Galton, Head of Marketing at Radley.
“As a brand, we’re continuously seeking ways to improve our sustainability and, by encouraging customers to donate pre-loved bags they no longer use, we can ensure less products end up in landfill and the life-cycle of our bags can be extended, all whilst giving back to the local community.”
There are many ways you can support Recycle with Radley, wherever you’re based. While, unfortunately, handbags can’t be placed in recycling bins or sent away to be recycled, you can help us keep them out of landfill by gifting bags to an organisation or person who can reuse them.
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