Donate clothes to charity for a free Camden Hells pint
Camden Town Brewery team up with charity clothes shop TRAID
06 December, 2019
TV presenter Laura Jackson is teaming up with Camden Brewery and clothes charity TRAID
A free pint of Camden Hells is on offer to those who donate clothes to Camden Town Brewery and TRAID’s pop-up shop this weekend.
The brewery will be joined by Take Me Out presenter Laura Jackson as part of their latest partnership with clothes charity TRAID.
Laura will be curating a collection of second hand and vintage items from TRAID’s stores for shoppers to pick from, offering some of her own wardrobe items, and being on hand to style customers and offer up fashion advice on finding the perfect Christmas party outfit.
The pop-up shop is celebrating their ‘12-Pack Give Back’ – transforming 12-packs of Camden Hells into freepost donation parcels for beer fans to donate unwanted clothing to TRAID.
Beer fans can pick up the 12-Pack from major supermarkets nationwide, fill it with their unused clothing and send it to TRAID with a paid for postage stamp to help cut down wastage.
The clothes bank is open this Saturday from 12-4pm at the Camden Town Brewery bar.