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One Stop’s latest charity donations are in the bag

23 September 2015

One Stop will introduce the impending 5p Government carrier bag charge throughout its entire estate in England, demonstrating its brand consistency once more across both company-owned and franchise stores.

The 5p Government charge for single use carrier bags becomes law on 5 October this year, but only for stores with more than 250 employees, which would have effectively exempted all of One Stop’s franchise stores. However, in a move to avoid any confusion amongst shoppers, One Stop is introducing the charge in all of its stores. Stores will receive a point of sale kit this week, containing a Window Poster and Community Board Notice, with till crowners to land within the next promotional package.

Andrew King, One Stop’s Franchise Director revealed:
“We want to do everything we can to reduce our impact on the environment and to help our customers recycle and re-use their bags. Stores and their local communities will also decide which local causes will benefit from the money raised from the bag charge, which will reinforce the great work One Stop already does on a local level.”

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