Welcome back to all our customers, staff & volunteers – all of our shops will now open (in line with government guidelines) from Monday 12/4/21, except for Crediton, Dartington/The Restore & Buckfastleigh who reopen Tuesday 13/4/21.
We look forward to resuming our core mission of helping to reduce waste and alleviate poverty through the free collection of reusable household goods for provision to local people at affordable prices – and cheaper still (20% discount) for people on benefits.
All of our shops will follow Covid-19 safe procedures such as wearing masks/face coverings, social distancing and hand washing. Thank you for your co-operation and patience during this period and respecting the rights of others to feel safe when shopping at Refurnish regardless of your personal views.
Safety Guidelines for the reopening of our stores
For opening hours please visit the page of the shop you wish to visit. Trading days & hours are subject to change so please check with your shop if you are unsure before visiting to avoid disappointment.
We thank you for your patience during these uncertain times & look forward to welcoming you back to Refurnish.
The consultation and Impact Assessment are available at: https://new.devon.gov.uk/haveyoursay/categories/waste/
Community Reuse Sector Faces Funding Cuts –
Credit to Reconnect Magazine (please click on picture to enlarge)
BRAND NEW WHITE GOODS AVAILABLE DIRECT FROM HOTPOINT INCLUDING UNDER COUNTER FREEZERS, WASHING MACHINES ETC
Refurnish Devon – Winners of FRN 2017 Nationwide Slogan competition
We are very pleased to announce that Refurnish Devon won the FRN Slogan competition! For more information head over to the news section on the right hand side & check out our winning entry.
Refurnish has an eBay page!
Did you know that Refurnish also sells a number of antique, unusual & high end items on our eBay page? Follow the link & save us in your favourite sellers! ReFurnish Devon
Refurnish are now Countywide!
The charity has recently taken on three new shops based in North Devon widening their catchment area across Devon to Barnstaple, Bideford & South Molton. Merging with the charity formerly known as SMR Phoenix, David Banks, Chief Executive of Refurnish Devon, has worked closely with David Winter the charities new operations manager to save the shops from closure. SMR Phoenix have provided similar services to the residents of North Devon since 1986. By joining with Refurnish, it not only allows the shops to continue to deliver these facilities, but by adopting many of the successful practices Refurnish have established already, they hope to continue to grow & build on the strengths of both charities by uniting together under one umbrella.