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The Million Freepost Letter Project

Free postage donated by Salvation Army, ink donated by Barclays - Priceless. (Photo & caption courtesy of @cliffjamester)

Free postage donated by Salvation Army, ink donated by Barclays – Priceless. (Photo & caption courtesy of @cliffjamester)

Have you seen the Million Freepost Letter Project yet? If not check it out!

Its purpose is clear: “This is a Anti-Workfare page set up to use all legal means to stop organisations using the unemployed for free labour, these unscrupulous organisations understand one thing only, and that is profit, so that is where I aim to encourage people to target.”

Its method is simple: Write your complaint about workfare to an organisation’s freepost address, thus costing the organisation money as well.

Here are some of the addresses compiled so far…

Homebase
Freepost RSTK-ERCB-ZKJT,
PO BOX 16283,
Birmingham, B2 2XJ

Y.M.C.A.
Freepost
England

Tesco
Freepost SCO2298
Dundee
DD1 9NF

Poundland
Freepost RSLU-EBHC-HJEL
Ancer Spa Limted,
Royal Oak Business Centre,
4 Lancashire Way,
Daventry,
NN11 8PH

The Salvation Army
Freepost KE3466
LONDON
SE1 6BP

Age UK
Freepost,
London
N1 9BR

So please freepost away with letters, postcards and parcels, please keep messages polite and mailings legal! (You may also be interested to note that some people have taken to sending workfare exploiter Argos’ catalogues since the heavier the item, the more it costs.)

Thanks to the Million Freepost Letter Project for the great idea and the research!

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Andy

Telephone directories weigh a nice amount too. If you can get the weight over 2kg that gets expensive as are envelopes that are over A5 in size.

Enjoy!

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