Want £5 off* new shoes? Of course you do!
The Schuh Sell Your Soles scheme is back (in an even safer way)! Bring down your old, worn shoes and they’ll give you £5 off your brand-new pair.
You can redeem the voucher straight away in-store.
If it’s outgrown kids’ shoes you’re looking to donate, look out for our Too Big For Your Boots initiative in any schuh kids store.
Did you know? – The H&M Garment Collecting programme is the world’s biggest of its kind, and they have garment collecting boxes in all of their stores globally.
Bring your unwanted textiles to H&M and they’ll make sure they get re-worn, reused or recycled. Earn 20 points and a £5 digital voucher.
Did you know? – That the beautiful chandeliers on The Perfume Shop Braehead have been created from recycled perfume bottles?
Also, if you bring your old perfume bottles into the store, The Perfume Shop will recycle them and give you a discount on your next purchase.
Clarks are known for looking after kids’ feet – but what about the Earth they walk on? Clarks are working to make children’s shoe collections more sustainable.
As a business M&S has been around since 1884, and they know how important it is to look to the future. Caring about their impact on the world today and in the future is good business. That’s why in 2007 they launched Plan A, the industry-leading sustainability programme.
In 2021, they reinvigorated their approach to sustainability as part of their business transformation programme to restore the M&S business and brand to deliver long-term, sustainable, profitable growth for their investors, colleagues and wider communities.
Let your pre-loved be re-loved.
Recycling Made Easy! As part of their ongoing commitment to a more sustainable future, Primark has launched an in-store recycling program.
At all of their 190 stores across the UK they’re accepting unwanted clothing, textiles, bags and footwear from any brand, in any condition. So if you’re due a wardrobe sort out or you’ve got clothes that you can’t repair, reuse or perhaps no longer fit, they’ll take them off your hands and prevent them going to landfill. They’ll even accept towels, bedsheets and pyjamas too!
Simply pop your clean and washed unwanted products into one of the labelled donation boxes in store and they’ll send them off for sorting where they’ll be given a new life