OAK FURNITURE RANGES

Furniture Shop Wimbledon

Pledge to love your roadA range organisations can gather your unwelcome furniture and give it a fresh lease of life.

You must not leave components of furniture or cumbersome waste on the road or pavement. Please keep them within the edge of your home.

British Heart Foundation

263-265 London Road
Mitcham
CR4 3NH
Telephone: 0844 499 4160

The British Heart Foundation features over 30 shops round the country that offer items of furnishings contributed because of the general public. These shops take care of everything from second-hand rooms and bedroom accessories to electrical goods such as for example fridges and washers.

Emmaus

105 Stafford Road
Wallington, SM6 9AP
Telephone: 020 8669 3495

Emmaus will collect furniture from Merton area. Upholstered furnishings must have a ticket stating it complies because of the 1988 fire security regulations.

Relate

37 London Road,
Morden
SM4 5HT

Relate will gather furniture from Merton, Wimbledon and Sutton places. Apart from bedrooms all furnishings is welcome but upholstered items have to have a fire protection label attached and get in good condition.

Relate are unable to accept electrical things. Earnings through the sale of those goods help them to counsel young people and partners with dilemmas and assists people to operate together to eliminate dilemmas.

Source: www.merton.gov.uk
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