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Anywhere I can get rid of electrical goods?

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Wednesday 5 July 2006 11.17am
like a TV and a DVD player? They are working fine but I no longer need them and can't be bothered putting them on eBay or similar. I would take them to a charity shop but I don't think charity shops take electrical goods.
Wednesday 5 July 2006 11.53am
The big Heart Foundation place on Old Kent Road might take electrical goods - they do all furniture and so on.
Wednesday 5 July 2006 11.53am
Have you tried
Wednesday 5 July 2006 3.29pm
Why not ask the local schools or youth club's??
Wednesday 5 July 2006 6.19pm
There's a charity shop on jamaica road, just across the road from bermondsey jubilee line station. (100m northwest when you come out). They've always taken my electrical stuff when I've had enough of it without problem (obviously in working order).
Thursday 6 July 2006 9.38pm
The hospice charity shop on the walworth road (by westmoreland st bus stop) seems to take more or less anything, and they have a chap fiddling with electrical stuff in the back so I think they would take these.
Otherwise there is a place on tottenham ct rd on the west side near maplins that pays cash for working electronic things.
Friday 7 July 2006 5.00pm
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