Glossopdale Furniture Project
The Glossopdale Furniture Project collects donations of good quality furniture for reuse and recycling within the High Peak area.
The project offers a free collection service within High Peak. They collect from the following areas on the following days:
- Monday - New Mills area
- Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday - Glossop area
Thursday - Buxton area
- gas appliances
any upholstered furniture without fire retardant safety labels.
The project runs a workshop in Glossop where furniture is restored and new items are made from recycled wood.
They also collect scrap metal such as washing machines, tumble driers, cookers and microwaves and anything that is metal.
The project has a shop where most items of furniture are available for sale to the general public, however fridges, freezers and beds are reserved for those on low incomes.
Furniture can be donated directly to their workshop. Please call the workshop on Tel. 01457 857505 to check whether your furniture is suitable for reuse.
Glossopdale Furniture Project Workshop
Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 4.30pm
Saturdays, 10am - 2pm
Glossopdale Furniture Project Shop
10 George Street
Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 4.30pm
Tel: 01457 857505
See the Glossopdale 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.