We’ve received literally tons of donations to our textile recycling banks at fire stations across the UK. We’ll be tallying up the results and announcing the winners of the Bag it and Bank it Recycling Championship in the next couple of weeks. Thank you to all of you who helped spread the word about our campaign online and in your local community. We’ve highlighted some of your posts and tweets below.
— Cambs Fire & Rescue (@cambsfrs) January 23, 2018
In last year’s #BagItandBankIt @firefighters999 competition, #Lambourn and #Newbury Fire Stations both made it into the top 20 best ‘Clothes recycling’ stations for January, collecting nearly 1 tonne of clothing each! Find out where can donate https://t.co/FFfJN208V2 #Charity pic.twitter.com/8pXdJfN3uJ
— Royal Berkshire Fire (@RBFRSofficial) January 23, 2018
Bag it and Bank it at Burnley Fire Station
Clear out your wardrobes and cupboards and donate to charity
— Burnley Fire Station (@BurnleyFire) January 23, 2018
Welshpool Firefighters were today supporting @firefighters999 #BagItAndBankIt campaign. The charity supports over 5000 beneficiaries each year through a wide range of services including Rehabilitation, social care, home adaptions and bereavement support. pic.twitter.com/KBbw5peDGX
— Welshpool Fire Station (@WelshpoolFire) January 18, 2018
I have just unloaded my boot full of old clothes at @Eastleigh32 to recycle to @firefighters999 Why not have a clear out at home of any old shoes, hangbags & clothes and donate them to your nearest bright yellow recycling bank on fire stations located here https://t.co/ljc8swGQ9c pic.twitter.com/GjiIH4e20p
— Kerry James (@KerryJamesFFC) January 17, 2018
We will raise well over £10,000 in textile recycling for @firefighters999 thanks to your clothes donations at fire stations in Berkshire. If you would be interested in donating then find your closest fire station here: https://t.co/5IjcLng5Yz #BagItandBankIt pic.twitter.com/uVy51thlOp
— Royal Berkshire Fire (@RBFRSofficial) January 30, 2018
— Lottie Walker (@lottiewalker11) January 24, 2018
Brewood fire station now has a clothing bin to collect any unwanted clothing, handbags or shoes to support our fire fighters charity.
Please help us and support this great charity. @firefighters999 @StaffsFire
Thank you pic.twitter.com/KnQfktUYnK
— Brewood Fire Station (@brewood_fire) January 21, 2018
— Gerry Williscroft (@GWilliscroft) January 16, 2018
JANUARY RECYCLING COMPETITION!
As this year is the 75th anniversary of @firefighters999 we want to help hit the £75,000 target raised from clothing banks this month!
Can you help us win the Best Recycling Fire Station in England?
All donations are greatly appreciated!@Bucksfire pic.twitter.com/Wyx8uWjJ7R
— Newport Pagnell Fire (@FireNewport) January 15, 2018
Obligatory wardrobe clean out to fit in the new clothes received at Christmas, old stuff taken to the @firefighters999 Clothing Bank. To find your nearest https://t.co/aLSUltZM1f pic.twitter.com/bJPSpGXQG2
— Craig McFie (@CraigMcFie) January 8, 2018
Having a #January clear out? Donate your unwanted clothes to the @firefighters999 charity via our yellow textile banks, located outside our Fire Stations Here’s where you can donate in #Cambridgeshire #BagitandBankit pic.twitter.com/sGRyc2g5Rk
— Cambs Fire & Rescue (@cambsfrs) January 6, 2018