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I have just bought a load of presents from the Amnesty International Shop

(9 Posts)
notnowbernard Tue 29-Sep-09 21:37:21

Some good stuff on there

And all for a good cause too smile

Amnesty Shop here

claudialyman Mon 12-Oct-09 01:46:32

Had no idea they did such a wide range of lovely stuff. thanks for flagging this up.

Marioandluigi Mon 12-Oct-09 11:01:11

Ooh, lovely. Thanks for the link

Rhubarb Mon 12-Oct-09 11:06:35

I'd love to do all my shopping there, but unfortunately their prices are out of my budget.

I've been buying little gifts throughout the year whenever I can to offset the cost. I do always get my cards from Amnesty however and I use Oxfam a lot as they do tend to be a bit cheaper for the same things. Sorry Amnesty!

OrmIrian Mon 12-Oct-09 11:09:35

Agree with riven - very expensive. ANd a bit too right-on TBH. If I gave someone an amnesty t-shirt I'd feel I was lecturing them. I am a member so feel that is enough.

I prefer the traidcraft and Unicef sites for Christmas.

Rhubarb Mon 12-Oct-09 11:12:23

Riven?

OrmIrian Mon 12-Oct-09 11:16:09

Sorry rhubarb! grin That was odd.... Could have worn it were riven last time i looked <narrows eyes suspiciously> Are you sure you're not...

Rhubarb Mon 12-Oct-09 11:17:19

wink

LOL!

claudialyman Thu 15-Oct-09 22:35:47

think there are some bargins if you root around in there tho. i liked the christmas cards. they may inspire me to get round to writing them on time this year. and much better than some of the token "charity" cards you get on the highstreet where 10% or less goes to the charity

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