Revival furniture project
The Revival furniture project (previously called Encore Reuse) recycles and upcycles furniture, and is open to everyone. They help keep furniture out of landfill and provide low cost furniture to individuals and businesses alike.
Revival is also a not for profit social enterprise providing training, volunteering and employment opportunities for local people, giving them the chance to develop work and social skills. Revival works alongside Jobcentre Plus, with it's new community hub and job searching facilities, which again is open to everyone and free of charge.
The project collects items of furniture free of charge from within a certain area. Please call Revival on tel: 01335 300907 to check whether your furniture is suitable for reuse and whether they collect from your location.
What they can take
- fridges and washing machines
- vacuum cleaners
- power tools and other smaller working electricals
- beds, tables, chairs and other furniture.
They can't take
- car batteries
- large commercial or industrial equipment
- chest freezers
- electric blankets
Everyone is welcome to come and buy from the project. People on low incomes and those who are referred through other organisations are eligible to purchase items at discounted prices.
Revival aim to have most things that are needed to set up a home:
- furniture - sofas, chairs, beds, wardrobes
- household items - cutlery, crockery and bedlinen
- electrical items - fridges, freezers and electric cookers.
They offer a delivery service if required for larger items which starts at £7 whether you have one item or 10 and goes up the further away you are, please ask for more information.
Revival Furniture Project
Henmore Trading Estate
Monday to Saturday, between 10am and 5.30pm.
tel: 01335 300907.
See the Revival furniture project website (opens in a new window) for more information on what they do.
What to do if your furniture isn't suitable for re-use
If you think your unwanted furniture is not suitable for reuse, you can take it to any of our Household Waste Recycling Centres for disposal free of charge.
Alternatively your local district council will provide a bulky household waste collection service under which they will collect old furniture from your property, they may make a charge for this.