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If you have an unwanted item that it is in good working order, free from tears, unsoiled and under cover, you can get it collected for free by a charitable organisation called Re-run.

Re-run work with our team that deal with homelessness and other social organisations such as the Salvation Army, Humbercare. They also help people on low incomes.

Items needed

Re-run need and will collect the following items for free –

  • beds
  • chest of drawers
  • cookers
  • fridges
  • fridge freezers
  • table and chairs (table legs must be removable)
  • two or three piece suites
  • mattresses
  • washers
  • wardrobes (less than four feet wide)

Please keep your unwanted items under cover while you are waiting for them to be collected.

How to arrange collection from Re-run

You can request a collection from Re-run by completing the online form below -

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