Get ready for some amazing de-cluttering ideas to help tidy up your homes, we’re gearing up for National Clear Your Clutter Day 2017 on Saturday 11th March.
It’s time to dig out your stash of unused or unwanted items to either sell, swap, donate, upcycle or recycle for a profit or for a sense of positive change.
How Should The Nation Deal With Our Mounting Clutter?
CYCD 2017 Experts
- James Jones – Head of Consumer Affairs – Experian
- Katherine Blackler – Head of Partnership Liaison – APDO
- Harriet Williams – Official Representative – Bankers Box by Fellowes
- Holly Rothwell – ECommerce and Festivals Manager – Oxfam
- Mark Charnock – Managing Director – Gone for Good
- Caroline Bernstein – Actress & Comedian
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