- With the summer holidays coming soon please remember to get your textile banks emptied before the end of June 👚👕👖👞👟👜
Published On: 18th May, 2018
- Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and best wishes for 2018 from the Rag Bag Team. Just to let you know the Office will close at 1pm on Friday 22nd December until 9am on Wednesday 3rd January. Merry Christmas 🎉🎁 🌲 ⛄️
Published On: 22nd Dec, 2017
- Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for 2017 from everyone at Rag Bag. Just to let you know we finish up on Friday 23rd December for our Christmas Break. We will be back in the office on Wednesday 4th January. XXX
Published On: 19th Dec, 2016
Published On: 20th Oct, 2016
- Happy Easter everyone from the Rag Bag Team. Just to let you know our office will be closed on Easter Friday and Easter Monday but we will be open as normal on Tuesday 29th March. Have a great weekend.
Published On: 24th Mar, 2016
Items We Collect
- Wearable Clothing
- Paired Shoes
Driver has the right to refuse collection of bags if they are deemed unsuitable for collection.
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The 'Rag Bag' recycling scheme has been developed to provide regular fundraising for schools in Scotland.
The scheme increases awareness about textile recycling and by increasing recycling rates we can help the environment by ensuring less material goes to landfill.
The scheme is completely FREE, and your school will be paid for every kg recycled. You can raise hundreds of pounds with every collection made!
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"We have been involved with Rag Bag since 2007 and have found it an excellent way to raise funds to buy resources which have enhanced the children's learning. To date the money has helped us buy various equipment such as Adventure Playground, Eco Work, SMARTBOARDS, Books, Games, Educational Trips and much more." We have always found the staff very helpful and collections are generally prompt."Newcastleton Primary School
“St Cleer F.U.M. has been using the Rag Bag scheme for quite a while now and we use the funds to help people in Tanzania, East Africa. I think it is an amazing way for folk in this country to support charities even though they may be full time workers or elderly and unable to give time, they can do their bit by donating their unwanted clothing. Whoever thought of it should be proud of themselves. I have been in markets in Africa when a lorry has arrived with the bundles and it is wonderful to see the joy it brings to everyone.The crew over here that arrange our collections are lovely and I see them as buddies, they are as good as gold.”St Cleer F.U.M.
“We have been using ragbag for 2 years now a great fundraising activity easy collections and prompt payment what else could we ask for”Andrew stokes, Group scout leader, Witney buttercross scout group
“We have been collecting Rag Bags for the last few years and are delighted to also have a rag bin in our playground. These regular collections have raised valuable money for our school. Many items have been purchased but probably the most memorable things for the children were the decorations we bought to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. We celebrated with a big picnic after Sports Day and thanks to our Rag Bag money, our playground was festooned in red, white and blue bunting and balloons. Each time our bin is emptied we have in excess of £100.00. This is always a wonderful added extra to our school budget.”Jacqui Gill, School Administrator, Fishermoss School
“Wycombe High School implemented the Rag Bag Scheme in 2010. Since then we have raised £1,665.50 for the school development fund. Rag Bag is an easy way to raise money involving the entire school community including parents, students and staff and their friends, family and neighbours. We highly recommend every school, society and club to participate”