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Worth The Weight Vintage Kilo Sale

Worth The Weight VINTAGE KILO SALE RETURNS TO CAMBRIDGE THIS NOVEMBER Stay cosy and shop with a clear conscious this November at Worth the Weight.

  • 4th November 2023 - 4th November 2023
  • 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

We’ll be returning to St. Paul’s Church on Saturday 4th November with nine tonnes of handpicked vintage and pre-owned stock to have a rummage through, including a great range of Autumn coats and jackets to keep you cosy this Season.

We’ll also be capping heavier items at £20. Even if it weighs over a kilo, you’ll never pay more than £20 for 1 item! Make sure to point out heavy items to your server at the till to redeem the discount.

There will be 60 rails of clothing, where shoppers can pick and mix from the best Denim, Sports, Ladies fashion, Men’s fashion, Outerwear and accessorises and pay on the scales at the end. It costs £20 per kilo, with prices starting as little as £1. It’s a cost-effective way of getting bulk sustainable clothing and helping the environment at the same time.

Based in Sheffield, Worth the Weight was founded in 2018 as a way of fighting fast fashion. Since its inception, the company has taken the UK by storm travelling the length and breadth of the country with tonnes of amazing vintage stock every weekend.

Chris Davies, Worth the Weight Organiser, said: “Cambridge is always a great place to come this time of year, knitwear is always very popular, so we’ve made sure to stock up for all the sustainable fashion pioneers” 

Worth the Weight will return to St. Paul’s Church Saturday 4th November from 11am until 5pm. Entry is £3 for early bird and £2 after.

For more details of future events follow the official Worth the Weight Facebook page on https://www.facebook.com/worththeweightvintage/

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