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Lazy charity shop workers

On 26 Jul 2012 at 1:11pm Owens wrote:
I took some clothes into a chairty shop at the top end of Lewes earlier this week only to walk into a b*****ng contest between two volunteers and a manager who just sat there and looked at me ,rolled her eyes and continued to eat a bacon sandwich.
On 26 Jul 2012 at 1:49pm Cheeky Monkey wrote:
Were they all women?
How old were they (approx)?
Did any of them look like they were mentally deficient or a bit mad?
On 26 Jul 2012 at 2:23pm Lewes Resident wrote:
OWENS - Name and shame the shop,
Not all charity shop workers are lazy_ most of them are volunteers.I volunteer in one of the shops at the top of the town and i can assure you will not find that sort of behaviour in our shop.
On 28 Jul 2012 at 6:52pm jrsussex wrote:
How about a charity that you are supporting by doing something and leave a sponsorship form in one of their shops. The staff then put that form in their staffroom and never seek sponsors. I found that quite incredible, the excuse being that the volunteers didn't appreciate what they should have done (ie put the form on the counter).
On 30 Jul 2012 at 2:15pm jojo wrote:
If its the one close to the santander then thats old news i once made the mistake of taking my clothes that the kids had grown out of there as i thought that any charity shop would appreciate quality clothes some with the Gap/Next labels still intact and never worn. I loaded up the car and kids parking was a nightmare on that hill ....... and instead of a thankyou for lugging 5 bags of clothes into the shop on my own i was confronted with a lady whom instead of saying thank you just sat there with a vaccant look on her face then said what have you got.

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