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''Charity shops are at the leading edge of sustainability & have been for 30 years...''

Charity shops across Ireland are reporting  an “unprecedented” spike in sales since reopenin...

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16.40 20 Aug 2021


''Charity shops are at the leading edge of sustainability & have been for 30 years...''


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16.40 20 Aug 2021


Charity shops across Ireland are reporting  an “unprecedented” spike in sales since reopening in May as new and younger customers are seeking more affordable and sustainable ways to shop!

Geraldine Carton, Co-Founder of The Useless Project and Paul Hughes of the Irish Charity Shops Associations and Verona, a fashion intern, all joined Kieran to discuss...

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