Unit 190 Road E, Boughton Industrial Estate, Newark, NG22 9LD
01623 836410
recycle@thefurnitureproject.net

Welcome to The Furniture Project Nottinghamshire

Helping Those In Need Make A House A Home

Who We Are

The Furniture Project is run by a team of committed staff and volunteers who are motivated by the desire to provide good quality re-usable household items to people and families in times of need. In meeting this need we are encouraged that our actions also help in the reduction of items going to landfill. 

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Funders

The project currently gratefully receives funding from: Mansfield District Council; Newark and Sherwood District Council; The Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland Community Rehabilitation Company and others…

Who We Help

The project seeks to assist all those meeting the eligibilty criteria, but in particular those experiencing distress and hardship e.g. homelessness, domestic violence, fire/flood victims or those returning into the community.

Aims of The Furniture Project

The Furniture Project is run by a team of committed staff and volunteers, who are motivated by the desire to provide good quality re-usable household items to people and families in times of need…

Latest News and Excess Stock

The best way to keep up to date with what is happening at The Furniture Project is to follow us on Facebook or Twitter.  Here are the latest posts and tweets.

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Hi do you still have the dark drawers at £50 please?

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Tenants and residents from BOTRA worked together with Newark & Sherwood Homes and The Furniture Project Nottinghamshire to organise a litter pick on 29th October on the Halam Road Estate in Boughton. 25 young people and parents took part and between them they collected 200 black bags of litter and various household items. This was all thanks to a grant of £800 from TK Maxx and Homesense Environmental Clean Up Fund. #CommunityCleanUP
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Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust We are at Bassetlaw Hospital for Occupational Therapy Week as their chosen charity of the week #cake #guessthenameofthebear #GuessTheNumberOfSweets ... See MoreSee Less

Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust We are at Bassetlaw Hospital for Occupational Therapy Week as their chosen charity of the week #cake #guessthenameofthebear #guessthenumberofsweetsImage attachment

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Tenants & residents (BOTRA) worked with Newark & Sherwood Homes and The Furniture Project to organise a litter pick on 29th Oct in Boughton. They collected 200 black bags of litter and various household items. #CommunityCleanUP
@nbrly @TKMaxx_UK @HomesenseUK @NSDCouncil

We are at Bassetlaw Hospital for Occupational Therapy Week as their chosen charity of the week #cake #guessthenameofthebear #guessthenumberofsweets @DBH_NHSFT

It's never too early to plan ahead for #Christmas! Now is a great time to give some thought to how you can reduce the amount of your Christmas waste and make sure as much as possible can be #recycled. Take a look at our top tips and share yours below. 🎄 https://t.co/ofPphpzIeh

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