A way of getting rid of items which other people may value.
The Freecycle Network™ is made up of almost 5000 groups with over 6 million members across the globe. It's a grassroots and entirely nonprofit movement of people who are giving (and getting) stuff for free in their own towns and thus keeping good stuff out of landfills.
Membership is free, and everything posted must be FREE, legal and appropriate for all ages.
The onus is on the recipient to collect.
This site is a useful resource allowing you to locate local groups and providing guidelines on posting offers and requests.
The Wedmore Green Groupholds two Freecycling days a yearwhich are like a car boot sale but with no money changing hands. All the Group asks is that anything of yours, not exchanged, is taken home with you.
Remember: Freecycling is not a way of dumping useless rubbish, which should go to a recycling centre or a skip.
TheWedmore Green Group also has a site on the Regional Freecycle Website, which is an online version of the Freecycle days and suitable for heavy or bulky items (e.g. a piano)
If there are no takers in the Wedmore area you can advertise items on the North Somerset site.
You can also request items (eg baby high chairs).