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INSPIRING HEALTHIER, GREENER LIFESTYLES
FOOD - FASHION - HOMES - NEIGHBOURHOODS
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183 MILLION PIECES OF OUTGROWN BABY CLOTHES STASHED IN UK HOMES

Over half of parents whose youngest child is now in their teens admit to hanging on to baby clothing they're unlikely to use again. Even if you're not a parent, it's estimated that we haven't worn 1/3 of the clothes in our wardrobes for over a year! Sound familiar? In a bid to help families declutter their homes, we've partnered with Mothercare to run #GiftABundle so that parents can pass on their good quality, outgrown baby clothing (up to 3 years) to support UK families.

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FASHION WEEK RE-IMAGINED WITH CHARITY FASHION LIVE

Charity Fashion Live and stylist Emma Slade Edmondson recreated London Fashion Week AW/17 looks just after they appeared on the live stream using nothing but clothes in a Barnardo's shop! All for the love of second hand clothes. You can read Emma's advice on shopping for seconds in her blog.

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How to Make Your Baby's Clothes Last Longer - #GiftaBundle | Hubbub Foundation
BABY CLOTHING TIPS EVERY PARENT SHOULD KNOW

There's a lot to think about with a new addition to the family, let alone figuring out how to keep outfits clean when you could be going through 3 a day. The average UK family spends £11,000 on clothing per child! We meet mum and presenter Charlie to ask her for some winning tips for sorting common baby stains so they can last a little longer. If you have any tips of your own, share them and we'll spread the word.

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TO STORE OR NOT TO STORE? 10 FOODS AND WHERE TO KEEP THEM

The average UK household wastes around £60 worth of food a month. It can be really tricky to keep track of what's in the cupboard or fridge. So aside from a no brainer checklist, here are some tricks for making sure you’re storing common foods in the right place so you can make supper not surplus.

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