M&S takes "Shwopping" into the office

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Retailer aims to make it easier for people to donate unwanted clothes by taking "shwopping" campaign into the workplace

Marks & Spencer has announced it is to extend its Shwopping campaign to encourage people to recycle unwanted clothes by taking the collection service into offices and workplaces around the country...

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