Furniture stores in Norwich, Dereham and Holt

We have stores selling used furniture and electrical goods in Norwich, Dereham and Holt.  These stores take in donated items and the profits they make help to fund all our other work for children, families and young people in Norfolk.

You can help us out by donating your unwanted items, just contact your nearest store to make the arrangements. You can see more details on this page of how this works.


Dereham Furniture Store

  • 01362 692392
  • 1a/b Rashes Green Industrial Estate,
    Dereham, NR19 1JG
  • Open Mon – Sat
    10am to 4pm

Holt Furniture Store

  • 01263 713721
  • Unit 4B Glaven Road,
    Hempstead Road Ind Estate,
    Holt, Norfolk NR25 6ES
  • Open Tues – Sat
    10am to 4pm

Norwich Furniture Store

  • 01603 661921
  • St Edmunds House, 103 Oak St,
    Norwich, NR3 3BP
  • Open Mon – Sat
    9am to 5pm (Sat open until 4pm)

Want to Donate Furniture and Electrical Items?

We are always looking for good quality donations and accept the following items:
  • Sofas
  • Suites
  • Armchairs
  • Tables and chairs
  • Coffee tables
  • Sideboards
  • Dressers
  • Chests of drawers
  • Wardrobes
  • Beds, bunk-bed & sofa beds
  • Washing machines
  • Fridges
  • Freezers
  • Flat screen TVs
We don't accept
  • Gas appliances
  • Computers
  • Older TVs

We can only accept upholstered items if there is a label attached showing they comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire Safety) Regulations.

Beds have to be in very good condition with no rips, tears or stains and have a fire label sewn on referring to BS7177.

All electricals have to be in good working order.

We love unusual items too, so if in doubt give us a call.

Other ways our furniture stores help people

We some times come across people suffering hardship and we try to help when we can.  Last year we gave away over £8,000 worth of furniture household equipment that helped over 240 families in Norfolk.

By taking good quality items from people that may otherwise throw them away we saved over 7,000 items from going to landfill.  This includes over 100 tonnes of furniture and 20 tonnes of electrical goods.

We provide training opportunities for apprentices to help give them business and retail skills.  


Case Studies - Training at Norwich Furniture Store

Simon FraserSimon joined us as a warehouse Apprentice in February 2013. He has been on a Manual Handling  and Fire safety course and is currently studying Warehousing and Storage NVQ level 2 through Norwich city college.

Simon has undertaken training in all aspects of work in our store, which includes customer service, answering the telephone, booking in collections and deliveries, till work, pricing and stock control, loading and unloading, use of straps and ratchet, dealing with customers at point of collection and delivery, cashing up and banking.

Nathan LambNathan completed a four week work placement in November 2013.  This is a Mandatory Work Activity organized through Seetec, a training organisation also based on Oak Street.  Nathan has completed a basic Manual Handling  and Fire Safety course. Most of his time spent with us is working on the van completing deliveries and collections. He has also been involved in strapping items safely in the van and has also been trained in logging items into the stock book.

Photo: Nathan (left) and Simon (right) are pictured with Minister of State for Employment Esther McVey on her visit in November 2013

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