By Vickie Jamieson
The award-winning Bramley Community Clothing Exchange is taking place on Saturday 8 Oct, 11am to 1pm at Bramley Community Centre.
It’s free to attend and you can bring and take as many items as you like.
The Exchange aims to help you to save your purse during these tough financial times, while also helping to save the planet through recycling at the same time.
The event will also be raising money via a tombola and refreshments and all the funds raised will go towards the family of Grant Chakas.
As reported by WLD, Grant worked at Bramley’s Greggs factory and sadly died very suddenly in August. His friends and colleagues have been raising money to help and support his family through this tough time.
Leeds Inner West School Uniform Exchange will also be joining, so come along to pick up or drop off school uniform and gym supplies (no entry fee for using the uniform exchange only).
The popular book swap will be running again, so bring books you’re finished with and would like to exchange for books or clothing.
And there will be some books and colouring activities for small children to help keep them occupied while you swap, or enjoy a cup of tea and a slice of cake.