Shetland Freegle?

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Shetland Freegle?

Post: #200848 spider8
Wed Jun 23, 2010 2:17 pm

We're off on our holiday to Shetland very soon and, being a rather sad and nosey individual, decided to look on Shetland Freegle..........shock horror :shock: .........there isn't one!!!
Are all you Shetlanders doing it for yourselves anyway or haven't you tried it yet?
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Re: Shetland Freegle?

Post: #200858 Annpan
Wed Jun 23, 2010 3:34 pm

There is still a shetland freecycle group.

Freegle was established when a bunch of disenfranchised freecycle moderators decided to leave the freecycle banner and set up there own collective - freegle

I am a freecycle moderator and our group (Lanark) remains freecycle as we never had much to do with freecycle (corp/head office) anyway and we are quite happy plodding along as freecycle.
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Re: Shetland Freegle?

Post: #200879 spider8
Wed Jun 23, 2010 6:31 pm

Ah ha! That explains it then :icon_smile: Didn't think Shetland would not be involved in something as good as Freecycle/Freegle.........anybody got any large plastic plant pots they don't want????
We'll be up there next week for some wildlife watching and relaxing - relaxing only if I can nail my hubby to the floor that is!
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