Cradle to cradle: Mothercare aims to re-circulate 65,000 items of baby clothes

Madeleine Cuff
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Working in partnership with environmental charity Hubbub, Mothercare wants shoppers to return old baby clothes for redistribution to those in need

Mothercare, the UK's leading retailer for pregnancy and baby products, has announced a new target to redistribute 65,000 items of baby clothes to more than 6,500 households around the country as part of...

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