Your chance to quiz the cast-off queen

Your chance to quiz the cast-off queen

Your chance to quiz the cast-off queen

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Last Thursday (January 3) The Argus featured the queen of the cast-off, Cat Fletcher.

The 49-year-old has used the Freegle website to fully furnish her home with £20,000 of free goods.

The Newhaven mum is the subject of this week’s Your Interview and we're after your questions for her.

Leave your response in the comments section below or email ben.james@theargus.co.uk.

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12:28pm Tue 8 Jan 13

alyn, southwick says...

What's the difference between freecycle and freegle?
What's the difference between freecycle and freegle? alyn, southwick
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1:52pm Tue 8 Jan 13

chilliman says...

Did the photographer ask for everything collected to be put in the same room - it looks as if there's no room to move around it all.
Did the photographer ask for everything collected to be put in the same room - it looks as if there's no room to move around it all. chilliman
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4:18pm Tue 8 Jan 13

puddingandpi says...

Cat is *not* "the cast-off queen", that sounds awful! Cat is at the forefront of a thriving re-use / re-cycle movement, saving tons from going into landfill. People can get rid of things without having to pay for them to be removed & disposed of & others can get things they want or need but can't necessarily afford. It's not for any profit & we're all jolly nice people!
I asked for advice about laser eye surgery & gave away a dead squid. I also got advice about Feliway for cats & then gave it away when it didn't work, everyone's happy!
Please don't be nasty about Cat.
Cat is *not* "the cast-off queen", that sounds awful! Cat is at the forefront of a thriving re-use / re-cycle movement, saving tons from going into landfill. People can get rid of things without having to pay for them to be removed & disposed of & others can get things they want or need but can't necessarily afford. It's not for any profit & we're all jolly nice people! I asked for advice about laser eye surgery & gave away a dead squid. I also got advice about Feliway for cats & then gave it away when it didn't work, everyone's happy! Please don't be nasty about Cat. puddingandpi
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