We Can Do More – Sustainability
At Fosse Park we like to focus on the collective ambition of brands alongside ourselves to strive towards more sustainable practices.
Through positive small steps we can provide the groundwork to then collectively taking greater steps to a more sustainable tomorrow.
Sustainability at Fosse Park
Age UK Donation Box
Age UK donation box is a popular permanent fixture that can be found in Food Central, near Holland & Barrett and The Perfume Shop. The donation box is brimming with clothing, shoes, books and household items that are still in a good condition, every other day.
Drop your unwanted items in there to support our great charity partner!
Read about their Christmas Sponsorship.
Little ones can enjoy a ride in Eco-Freddy where they’ll be entertained and learn about protecting our environment
EV Bays, Living Walls and Solar Panels
We’re proud of having environmentally conscious features at Fosse park like our EV Bays and Living Walls featuring our bee and insect hotels! Stop and take a look next time you’re here.
You won’ be able to see these, but we also have Solar photovoltaic (PV) installations on the roof near Sketchers which converts the sun’s energy into electricity that part run’s Food Central!
Vegan & Sustainable Food
We know many customers are now on the hunt for plant-based options in a bid to eat less meat to reduce emissions and footprints. Take a look at your Vegan options are Fosse Park.
Plenty of our partners at Fosse Park have sustainability schemes and incentives that help you recycle unwanted or old goods. Living Sustainably shouldn’t be difficult, and by making it easy, we all benefit.
Clarks support Unicef with their ShoeShare Initiative to help transform the lives of children across the globe.
Simply bring in your old pair and donate them to a good cause whilst buying new ones this year
Clarks also ask for donations of pre-loved footwear to their ‘ShoeShare’ scheme, which aims to divert items from landfill and raise funds for charity.
Costa is dedicated to using reusable and recyclable materials. Be sure to dispose of your waste properly at Fosse Park and Costa will take care of the rest!
‘Cash for Trash’ initiative allows customers to bring old, unwanted electronic items to store to receive a voucher worth at least £5 to put towards their next purchase!
H&M’s ‘close the loop’ scheme rewards you with vouchers for returning your unwanted garments! It’s really that simple.
Levis “Buy Better, Wear Longer”
Levis are a champion for combating fast fashion and encourage all consumers and companies to buy and create long-lasting goods. “Buy Better, Wear Longer” is meant to evoke a sustainable future where companies and consumers around the world come together to rethink fashion.
Primark at Fosse Park have partnered with Unicef to help you recycle your old and unwanted clothes.
Simply pop them in the donation box and they’ll be sorted and sent to someone in need!
Introducing River Island Takeback Scheme – River Island finds your unwanted clothes a new home by re-selling, repurposing or recycling them.
Donate a minimum of three items from any brand, which you can drop off at boxes at 200+ stores nationwide, or organise a courier drop-off online (don’t worry, they’ll pay for posting)
For each donation of three items, they’ll give you a £5 gift voucher for you to redeem off a £40 shop, valid for one month.
It’s a great way to save money and the environment, learn more.
‘Sell Your Soles’ and ‘Too Big For Your Boots’. These initiatives encourage customers to recycle unwanted shoes or donate outgrown children’s footwear, no matter where they’re from.
In return, customers receive a £5 voucher redeemable against full-priced items for every pair donated. All donations are then collected by textile reuse experts Recyclatex, who for every tonne collected, donate a sum to schuh’s sustainable charity of choice, World Land Trust.
The Perfume Shop
Get 15% off your perfumes at The Perfume Shop.
Bring in your empty perfume bottle and exchange it for a 15% discount AND they’ll even donate to Eden Reforestation Projects to plant a tree for every bottle recycled!
Learn more here.
TK Maxx provides clothes recycling bins instore as part of the ‘Give Up Clothes For Good’ campaign. At Fosse Park, they have generated over 320 bags to date each worth £30 each. The clothes are then sold and the proceeds benefits Children’s Cancer research and Comic Relief.
The campaign also helps reduce negative environmental impact by keeping clothes in use for longer.
Virgin holidays are committed to minimising the negative impact of flying by reducing their emissions and ensuring their supply partners like hotels, are being efficient in waste and recycle management!
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