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Norwich Furniture Store

01603 661921

St Edmunds House, 103 Oak St, Norwich, NR3 3BP

Mon to Fri 9am to 5pm Sat 10am to 4pm

Our Norwich Furniture Store, on Oak Street near the city centre, sells good quality used furniture. We also sell new white goods and new beds. There’s usually a wide variety in stock, often available on the day at very competitive prices. The profit the store generates helps to fund our work with local children, young people and families. So supporting our stores means you’re helping local, vulnerable young people too.

Our stores also give people a way of passing on furniture in a sustainable way and reducing waste. We’re always looking for good quality donations and accept the following items: Furniture; Sofas; Suites; Armchairs; Tables and chairs; Coffee tables; Sideboards; Dressers; Chests of drawers; Wardrobes; Beds, bunk-bed & sofa beds; Electricals (must have CE mark); Washing machines; Fridges; Freezers; Flat screen TVs.

If you have an item you wish to donate, please contact us. We can even arrange a free collection.

Stock changes all the time – so pop regularly. There’s free customer parking too.

Thank you for your support – by donating or using our stores, you’re helping us to bring hope, opportunity, stability and independence to local children, young people and families. 

Norwich Furniture Store staff

Want to Donate Furniture and Electrical Items?

We are always looking for good quality donations and accept the following items:

Our Norwich Furniture Store sells good quality used furniture and electrical goods. Our items are competitively priced. We even sell brand new white goods and beds too.

We take in donated items and the profits we make by selling them helps to fund our other work for children, families and adults who need our help. Please contact us about any items you wish to donate.

 

Each year we help over 2,000 people in Norfolk and Suffolk who are going through tough times
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