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Manchetts Group
Truck & Van Sales, Bodyshop, Tyres, Bodyshop and Garage/Recovery services
Manchetts Group
Charitable
Cambridge_Re-use
A volunteer based local charity providing low-cost household furniture and electrical appliances to people struggling on low income.
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CentrePeace
CentrePeace has two main functions. Apart from being a shop in Burwell selling 'nearly new' books, greeting cards, crafts and fairly traded goods, its other, and more important function, is that it is an advice and drop-in centre where people can come to find help on a wide range of subjects. Tea and coffee are always available free to our customers, who frequently pop in for companionship and a chat.
CentrePeace
FreeCycle
Get rid of stuff you don't need or find something you want for nothing
FreeCycle
Snakehall Farm
Based in the nearby village of Reach, Snakehall Farm was formed by the Prospects Trust charity to challenge, support and grow adults with disabilities in the wider world of work. The farm provides an excellent source of good quality, low priced, organically grown produce.
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recap.co.uk Recycling
Recycling. Swap & Sell in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
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Internet Shopping
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Ethical Consumer
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