Warwickshire Thrift Week is a free, fun celebration of all things thrifty. It’s about saving money, sustainable living, recycling, conservation and bringing local communities together.Find out more
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March 21st – 29th Warwickshire’s Thrift Week 2015 promises to be bigger and better than last year’s first-ever ‘festival of frugality’ which saw more than 70 events taking place across the county – ranging from workshops on healthy eating on a budget, personal finances, furniture upcycling and energy conservation to Love Food Hate Waste demonstrations… Read More
There are all sorts of ways to get involved in Thrift Week. You can attend one of our fantastic free events, run a thrifty table top sale and take advantage of Thrift Week offers from local businesses. You can even host your own event, and we’ll list it on the Thrift Week site for you. However you take part, let us know what you’re up to via Twitter and Facebook!Get involved
Get involved in the Thrift Week conversation by following @thriftweeklive and using the hashtag #thriftweek. Latest tweets below.