RENEW Furniture Recycling, part of the Louth Living Well Project, located off Eastfield Road, Louth, will be increasing its opening hours and will now be open on Mondays from 10th October, in addition to its Tuesday to Saturday trading.
Administrator Sharon Cooper said: “We look forward to opening our warehouse to the public for an additional day of trading each week, and we are certain that this extra day will prove to be of benefit to both our customers and to the outreach work provided by the Louth Living Well Project charity.”
Renew provides good quality, low-cost used furniture to those in need in the community. It does this by receiving donations of furniture from the public, from within a 15 mile radius of Louth, and offering them for resale again to people who need it. This acts as a way to get quality, affordable furniture to anyone who cannot afford new. Local furniture businesses are also asked to consider donating items that they cannot sell on so that Renew can find a welcome home for those items too.
Additionally, Renew provide second-hand and reconditioned white goods at affordable prices, providing a service that is scarce in the East Lindsey area, and they also now offer a Bike Rescue Scheme, whereby residents can drop off at the warehouse any bikes they no longer need. Renew will then refurbish them and sell them on at low-cost to anyone in need of a second-hand bike.
If you have good quality, used furniture, white goods or bikes that you would like to go to a new home, please contact or leave a message at Renew on 01507 604174.