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ALTRINCHAM – British fashion brand Cotton Traders has partnered with The Salvation Army and will direct unwanted clothing donated by its customers to the charity’s network of stores. 

Donations are managed by The Salvation Army Trading Company (SATCoL), an arm of the charity which promotes the reuse and recycling of secondhand clothing.

Kate Johnstone, Cotton Traders’ campaign and communications manager, commented: “The takeback scheme felt like a natural extension of our values, giving our customers a chance to donate unwanted items to this amazing organisation that’s doing its bit to help those most in need.”  

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