Ditchingham based charity calls for unwanted furniture
- Credit: Emmaus
A charity is calling on people to donate unwanted furniture.
Emmaus Norwich in Ditchingham supports a community of people who have experienced homelessness, who live and work in former convent buildings, selling second-hand furniture from their salerooms.
They take donations of sofas and chairs if they have a fire label, otherwise they’re not allowed to sell them on.
One of their companions, Mike, can PAT test, so unlike many charity shops they can take white goods too with the exception of fridges and freezers.
They also except a wide selection of solid wood furniture.
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They can arrange to collect large items from your home, while all other donations of household goods can be dropped at the shop during opening hours.
They are open Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10am to 4.30pm.
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To find out more or arrange a collection call 01986 895444 or fill in a donate goods form at www.emmaus.org.uk/norwich