Leyland Furniture Scheme

The Churches Together In Leyland Furniture Scheme offers practical help to our community by collecting donated pre-loved furniture and distributing it to those in need.

Providing outreach to the community, the scheme is inclusive and non-stigmatising and supports hundreds of people every year.

It is also providing a valuable environmental role by re-cycling the pre-loved furniture, preventing it from being sent to the local tip.

The van currently operates on Tuesday mornings and is run from the Community Centre at St Mary’s Church, Broadfield Drive.

For donations or requests, please :

  • Use the enquiry form below or ..
  • Call 01772 455955   << Please use this number shown to the left, the number 07709 050817 is for room hire bookings only .

Thank you so much for your past, present and future support.

Scope of Operations

Here is an outline, but not an exhaustive list of the type of items that the scheme collects from donors and redistributes to new homes.

Unfortunately, the furniture scheme cannot accept large items like 3 seater settees and big wardrobes.

If in doubt about an item you wish to donate, the furniture scheme manager will provide you with guidance – thank you.

BEDS

Single, double and king size with or without mattress. Folding beds & Bunk beds

SEATING

Static & recliner lounge chairs, 2 seater sofas, small suites

STORAGE & OCCASIONAL FURNITURE

Chests of Drawers, Sideboards, Small wardrobes, nest of tables, coffee tables, TV tables

DINING TABLES AND CHAIRS

WHITE GOODS  NB please donate in working order only. All electrical goods are PAT tested before distribution to new homes.

Fridges, fridge freezers, washing machines, dryers, microwave cookers, kettles, toasters etc

KITCHEN

Utensils, Pots, pans, plates, cups, bowls

Microwave cookers, kettles, toasters etc. NB please donate in working order only. All electrical goods are PAT tested before distribution to new homes.

ENTERTAINMENT

TVs, radios, CD players etc

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    Local school children help spruce up the outside of the Community Centre.