TRAID stands for Textile Recycling for Aid and International Development. Launched in 1999, TRAID has gone from strength to strength. With its unique link between recycling and fashion retail, TRAID continues to raise money to fund international projects whilst helping to promote recycling and waste reduction in the UK. Unwanted clothes that are donated are hand sorted or redesigned and reconstructed to make new recycled garments, and sold through their charity shops. Through its strong branding, TRAID has been successful in gaining a reputation for being innovative and edgy, appealing to a predominantly young, fashionable and environmentally conscious audience.
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Venue Details & Map
375 Holloway RoadTufnell ParkLondonN7 0RN
- +44 (0)20 7700 0087
- Public transport:
- Holloway Road, Underground
I have a habit of wandering in and out of charity shops along Holloway Rd. When I fort visited Traid, this habit changed.
Traid is a great charity shop with a bit more breathing room than most. The first thing you notice, before walking in, is their out-of-the-norm window displays. I don't know who is in charge of dressing the mannequins but they certainly enjoy the embracing their creative...more
I thought that this would be a five star charity shop but it wasn't. There were some good finds here like shoes from River Island for 5 pounds. They were red Dorothy shoes.
There was some cool trance-type of music playing and a decent selection of clothing and shoes (not in pairs, in case people desperately nick them? That is sad, man.)
At Traid, there is a small basket of sunglasses on the...more
Great charity shop. The Traid organisation recycles clothing and this is one of its outlets. The clothes are all good quality and usually lovely. It's a good place to go when you need something - I got a pair of waterproof trousers when I popped in needing some on the offchance that there might be some. And really nice skirts. Lots of men's and women's clothes, all at perfect prices. Lots of...more