£5 furniture event? Yes, you heard that right!

Items in storage at The Recycle Project

Innovation brings creation and something unique

When we bash our heads together and think about the different ways in which we can give back to the community. This is what brought us to the £5 furniture event. We believe, that thinking in an abstract and innovative way, will enable us to bring something unique and exciting to the table.

Grand opening event at The Recycle Project York
People at our Grand Opening event

You probably already know about our £1 sale event and our clothes swap event. If you don’t, head over to our events section and get clued up! You don’t know what you’re missing out on.  

We have oodles of furniture and we want our local  community to benefit from them rather than them being stored in our warehouse, we thought about how successful the £1 sale event was and how we could replicate that with the furniture too.  

Want to know more about clothes swapping?

Head over to our post about our recent event that was a roaring success!

So it’s as easy as 1… 2… 3! You bring yourself, an open mind and a car to take away what you want (after paying of course). We are unable to process card transactions at this time so we insist that you bring cash you with to pay at the £5 furniture event.  

It doesn’t matter to us how many items you grab or how much you think it could be worth, all the items that are out for selection will be £5 EACH. No more. No less. If you’re in the market for a new shelf, cabinet, drawers and don’t want to fork out for things brand new, then it would be worth popping along to this incredible event brought to you by The Recycle Project.  

The £5 furniture event runs on a Saturday and will be from 9am until we close up at 5pm. Once it’s gone, it’s gone… Don’t worry though, we have a massive selection in our shop that you can browse too, kids toys, musical instruments, clothes, sports equipment and so so much more. 

Remember, everything we stock in our shop has been recovered, recycled or donated to be put back in to our amazing local community and continue to play our part and encourage other people to think with a circular economy mindset.  

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