Weʼve raised £0 to Website and Warehouse where Schools can store and exchange old equipment to be then swapped with another school. Toys, equipment, furniture
- Closed on Sunday, 25th November 2018
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I am a delivery driver, deliverig to schools all around the Country, and all the schools have the same problem. They dispose of old equipment like chairs, cabinets and stationary into skips at the end of the year. Then they complain about not having enough money to get supplies. If their was a website that was only available to schools where they could go to exchange these items free of charge, thus reducing their costs and making better use of all this equipment.
The majority of the money will be used in start up costs, needing a warehouse, lorry and 4 vans to move the items between schools. The great thing about it is that even damaged items will be useable, for parts to repair items, or as replacement stock. We also intend to run a group of courses in Carpentry, metalwork and electrics. You know all the things that will be useful in life as oppose to the political correct nonsense we teach in our schools, and prove useless to our children in the real world. By teaching these children a skill, it is less likely they will end up in gangs, drugs and knife crime.
It for this reason that I fully intend to avoid all involement with Goverment and Council officials, as it seems everything they get involved in become extraorinarlly expensive, led by people who our totally incompetant and worse seem only to benefit the rich to get richer.
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