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Don’t Dump Your Unwanted Furniture – Give It To Furniturelink

Published on: 29 Nov, 2014
Updated on: 2 Dec, 2014

A CHARITY that recycles, refurbishes and sells good quality pre-owned furniture and electrical goods for all needs more stock urgently.

Furniturelink is asking people in the Guildford area who may be replacing three-piece suites, beds, tables and chairs, and so, on, not to dump them, but donate them, so they can be found a new home.

Furniturelink's premises on the Cathedral Hill business park, Guildford.

Furniturelink’s premises on the Cathedral Hill business park, Guildford.

Neil Mason, who runs Furniturelink from its premises on the Cathedral Hill business park, Guildford, said: “We need more furniture to look after our clients’ needs. We take all kinds of furniture including chests of drawers, wardrobes, beds, and white goods too.

“We can collect from you, all we ask for is a donation of about £15 to cover our collections costs, or you can deliver to our warehouse.”

All soft furnishings must be fire proof compliant and electric goods must have a CE mark.

To arrange for items to be collected call Natasha on 01483 506504. Call the same number for more details and advice, and also if you are interested in buying items from Furniturelink.

The warehouse is open from 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday, and 9am to 4pm on Saturdays.


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Responses to Don’t Dump Your Unwanted Furniture – Give It To Furniturelink

  1. Ngaire Wadman Reply

    December 5, 2014 at 11:19 pm

    I only wish that charities such as this were allowed to set up a spot at Slyfield dump, to grab some of the perfectly serviceable furniture and other items that are thrown away every day.

    The waste is appalling – you’d think people had never heard of Furniturelink, or Freecycle, or any other means of passing on unwanted items instead of just trashing them!

    And the dump employees aren’t even allowed to put decent stuff up for sale on eBay – no, it all has to be destroyed.

    There has to be a better way of saving good items from landfill, if the council were only willing to be more flexible and imaginative about the use of Slyfield dump.

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