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    • Robothell
    • By Robothell 20th Oct 06, 12:09 AM
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    Newcastle Upon Tyne - Charity / Second Hand Furniture shops
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    • 20th Oct 06, 12:09 AM
    Newcastle Upon Tyne - Charity / Second Hand Furniture shops 20th Oct 06 at 12:09 AM
    Don't worry, this isn't a begging post.

    My cousin (who lives in Newcastle) has recently had a house fire and lost the vast majority of his belongings. Luckily he's fine.
    Unfortunately the idiot didn't have contents insurance and is going to have to replace his stuff with what savings he has.

    Does anyone know any good second hand furniture shops / charity shops / discount stores etc to get some bits and bobs from? Have told him to try EBay for clothes etc (all that was left were on his back).

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