An extract on #preloved
Founded in 1998 by Ian Buzer, Preloved was started off as a hobby to supplement his addiction to visiting junk shops, car boot sales and buying all things second hand.
In 2013, Preloved launched National Secondhand Day in the UK, celebrating the culture of buying and selling used goods.
In March 2014, Moo Ltd, which was the operator of Preloved.co.uk, was bought by The Hut Group.
In July 2015, Preloved launched its first ever mobile app for iOS focused on Apple's iPhone market. An Android version was launched on 3 November 2015.
Preloved is free to use for both buyers and sellers in all categories. Ads which have been created in the last twelve days are initially reserved only for upgraded buyers, but they become available to all after the twelve days are up. For business sellers, Preloved requires users to maintain a monthly business membership.
In an interview with the Newcastle Herald in December 2010, Cole said; "Preloved is a bunch of songs that helped shape me from birth till now. The original list was more than 200 songs long but I managed to whittle it down to 12, albeit a hard task! There's quite a bit of country influence on the album, of course, but some of these songs weren't originally intended for a country audience. They sound pretty rootsy now."
"Here You Come Again" (Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil) 3:05
"Insensitive" (Anne Loree) 4:13
"Danny's Song" (Kenny Loggins) 3:37
"It's Only the Beginning" (Deborah Conway, Scott Cutler) 3:55
"You Weren't in Love with Me" (Billy Field) 4:24
"This Shirt" (Mary Chapin Carpenter) 3:31
"You Ain't Woman Enough to Take My Man" (featuring Amber Lawrence) (Loretta Lynn) 2:10
"Secret Love" (Sammy Fain, Paul Francis Webster) 2:58
"Only Love Can Break Your Heart" (Neil Young) 3:09
"Across the Great Divide" (Kate Wolf) 3:58
"Baby I Don't Care (You're so Square)" (featuring Carole Sturtzel) (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller) 1:56
"Biggest Disappointment" (Joy McKean) 3:44
Chapman has over 40 years' experience and expertise in jewellery, antiques, objet dart, ceramics and art.
Chapman gives motivational talks and after-dinner speeches, even giving talks on P&O Cruises.
Chapman mentors other businesses and volunteers at the Romney Hythe & Dymchurch railway.
She is married to Danny Martin, a director and general manager Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway.
In 2014 her shop Owlets in Hythe was broken into and various items were stolen.