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The Oxhill News

April 2012

This months News



Huge Haul of Fake Clothing Helps Charity

Fake designer clothing with an estimated street value of £300,000 has been donated to a charity which helps people in need at home and abroad, Warwickshire County Council’s Trading Standards Service has announced.

Thousands of items of fake designer clothing, seized by Trading Standards are being donated to the International Aid Trust which raises money to support people in need across the UK and internationally.

Fake Adidas T-shirts, Calvin Klein underwear and Ugg boots accounted for some of the clothing and footwear donated.

The clothing is completely debranded before being distributed to help needy people in countries such as Sierra Leone and Romania. This action has the complete support of the brand owners.

The International Aid Trust is a Christian humanitarian charity that seeks to help people in need both in the UK and abroad: www.internationalaidtrust.org.uk

‘Simon Cripwell, Warwickshire Trading Standards Service and Jack from the International Aid Trust fill a lorry to the brim with counterfeit clothing and footwear.

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