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Disposing of 2nd hand goods

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    Jen Spain is offline Registered User
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    Disposing of 2nd hand goods

    Hi,
    I have just bought a new stroller pram for our daughter and was wondering if there is somewhere that takes second-hand baby goods. we don't want anything for it, and it is a good enough stroller - but it doesn't lay back, otherwise its in good condition. Anyone know of anywhere? We will also have a cot etc in the following months as Ally moves to a bed so it would be shame if we couldn't find somewhere for the goods to go.
    Ta
    J

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    Baby cot

    Hi Jenny,

    I will give birth at the beginning of may and I might be interested in your baby cot. Could you give me a detailed description please?

    Thank you,
    Fiorenza

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    Hi jenny,

    Crossroads International takes 2nd hand goods if they are good quality. The website is www.crossroads.org.hk, maybe give them a call to see if they could use it?

    HKAussie

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    Hi Jen,

    I am interested in your 2nd hand baby goods as my sister will born her little baby few months later. However, she lost her job recently. I live in Tai Po, if you still haven't dispoed the goods, can you give them to me. Thanks a lot.
    Last edited by crystal; 03-04-2005 at 10:01 AM.

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    loads of baby stuff

    My little boy is nearly 6 months old and he has grown out of so much stuff - in terms of toys, kit, all sorts....

    What are you looking for as i keep sending his stuff off to the church with my helper.

    J

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    Dear J,

    I am wondering the little baby may need a lot of things, say stroller, bed, clothings, shoes and toys etc etc. So, if you have any stuff no longer in need, can you give me. Thank you so much.

    Crystal
    Last edited by crystal; 03-04-2005 at 10:03 AM.

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    Jenny, thanks a lot

    Dear Jenny,

    Thanks so much of your stroller and cot, my sister loves them and find useful. Thanks again. :cheerlead

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    Our pleasure Crystal, thanks for the cakes, we shared them with Nathalie (who gave you the cot) on Saturday. Keep in touch and let us know how your sister is going.
    Regards,
    Jenny

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