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22nd October 2020

Recycle your pre-loved clothes at Primark!

Primark are inviting customers to donate their pre-loved clothes, textiles, footwear and bags from any brand to be ‘re-loved’ via Primark Kings Mall’s In-Store Recycling Collection.

All donated items will be reused, recycled or repurposed, with nothing going to landfill. Profits from the scheme will go to UNICEF, Primark’s global charity partner, in support of its education programmes for vulnerable children around the world!

A more sustainable future:
Primark has partnered with Yellow Octopus to implement its recycling scheme. Yellow Octopus is a recycling specialist which has a ‘no landfill’ policy across the 21 countries it operates in, diverting around one million garments from landfill every month. The company aims for as many donations as possible to be worn again, with the remainder being repurposed into new products such as insulation, toy stuffing and mattress fillers.
Primark’s commitment to a more sustainable future. Work as part of the programme includes the expansion of Primark’s Sustainable Cotton Programme, to our knowledge, the largest of its kind managed by any fashion retailer in the world. It also includes investment in the use of sustainable fibres across all product ranges. Primark’s famous brown paper bags have been on high streets since 2002 and all unsold clothing and samples have been donated to charity since 2010.
Primark’s Partnership with UNICEF:
  • In July 2018 Primark announced a three-year partnership to contribute to UNICEF’s work in both education and emergency response. Primark has committed US$ 4.5 million to fund an education programme to enable vulnerable children to attend and stay in school in Cambodia. In addition, Primark has committed US$ 1.5 million towards UNICEF’s worldwide emergency response operations.
  • Over the past two years, this partnership has supported almost 9,000 children with disabilities or from ethnic minority groups to go to school, through multilingual, inclusive and special education programmes.
  • More than 8.500 children have also been able to stay in school through improved WASH and hygiene facilities and scholarships.
  • 41,007 students in 130 schools across 3 provinces now benefit from the impact of positive discipline training and ending corporal punishment in classrooms.
  • Through Primark’s emergency response operation fund, Primark has also supported UNICEF to respond to crises in Indonesia, following the earthquake in 2018 and Mozambique following the cyclone in 2019.This year our emergency response support will help fund UNICEF’s response to Covid-19.

opening times

Monday—Saturday 7.30am—9:00pm
Sunday 8.00am—6.00pm
Bank Holidays 8.00am—6.00pm

Individual store times may vary


Period (hrs) Rate (£)
0—2 £3.00
2—4 £5.50
4—6 £20
6—9 £30
9—12 £40
12—16 £50
16—24 £55

To access the Kings Mall car park, travel along King Street, go past Primark and turn 2nd right onto Cambridge Grove, follow to the top of the road and turn right onto Glenthorne Road. The Car Park is situated on the right after Leamore Street.

Address for SAT-NAV: Glenthorne Road, Hammersmith, W6 0LJ

Lost tickets will be charged at the full day rate.

Getting here

Kings Mall is located in one of London’s busiest transport hubs. Hammersmith tube station is less than a 5 minute walk from the centre offering access to the Circle, District, Piccadilly, and Hammersmith & City line.

There is also a selection of bus stops located in close to the centre offering a wide range of routes and services.