Rochester Freegive group - Give and get unwanted items for free in your own town

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Across Rochester today if you walk from one stree to another stree, you will see unwanted items people throw away such as bed, television, clothes, furniture, printer, toys, sofa and computer can pass to someone in your community.

Recycling is an effective way to cut down on the use of these limited resources as well as promoting community involvement in the process.

If you haven't heard yet, there is wonderful organization called Free Give ( ). Free Give Group connects people who are giving and getting unwanted items for free in their own towns. It's all about reuse and keeping good stuff out of landfills and, at the same time, helping someone in your community by gifting them the item you no longer need. Another benefit of using Free Give Group is that it encourages poeple to get rid of junk that we no longer need and promote community involvement in the process. By using Free Give Group, not only are you able to get rid of your item with the minimum of fuss; you will also be doing your part in stopping another reusable item ending up in a landfill. It's completely free to join and everything posted must be free. Visit freegive home page at

Rochester Freegive group is open to all residents of Rochester (in Kent, south east England, UK) and the surrounding villages who want to recycle their unwanted items, feel free to post it. Or maybe you're looking to acquire something yourself. It's completely free to join and everything posted must be free. Visit Rochester Free Give Group Page at

If you are outside of this area, freegive group is active in all England, United Kingdom and other countries across the world. Find a group near you at

This is a great idea! Encouraging people to reuse and recycle things by giving them away and not sending them to the garbage bin!

I think Freegive Group is a great way to build a bond in the community and it's always good to recycle. I think it's a fantastic idea and everyone should join!