Welcome

Annual Reports

Please view our 2011/2012 Annual Report here

Please view our 2010/2011 Annual Report here

Please view our 2009/2010 Annual Report here

Please view our 2008/2009 Annual Report here


to the Furniture Recycling Project for Gloucestershire

The objective of the project is to encourage the recycling of furniture and household items to disadvantaged groups.

We offer volunteer opportunities to those wishing to gain work experience. We also provide accredited training opportunities to learners in the 16 -18 age group.

Training and Volunteering Leaflets

To view our learn2work leaflet please click here

To find out more about our learn2work programme please complete our contact form and a member of the training team will get in touch with you.

To view our ReEngage Plus leaflet please click here

To find out more about our ReEngage programme please complete our contact form and a member of the training team will get in touch with you.

To view our Volunteering leaflet please click here

Other Leaflets

To view our Donation leaflet please click here

To view our Shop leaflet please click here

To view our Riser Recliner Chair Loan Service leaflet please click here


Recent News


Jan
7
2014
The Furniture Recycling Project (FRP) is pleased that its shop based in Grosvenor House, Station Road, Gloucester will be reopened at 9.30 am on Wednesday 8th January 2014 by The Right Worshipful Mayor of Gloucester (Councillor Chris Chatterton).

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Dec
18
2013
According to the young people on the ‘learn2work’ programme at Furniture Recycling Project, it is the place to be!

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Dec
2
2013
The Furniture Recycling Project (FRP) is welcoming a new Trustee to help in supporting its work within the Community.

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FRP Highlights

  • An average of 12,000 items supplied to the disadvantaged community per year.
  • We have customer access sites in Gloucester and Cheltenham, a white goods repair centre in Gloucester.
  • Gloucester City Council benefits by £60,000 per year in collection charges. Include other authorities within Gloucestershire we estimate the savings would be in excess of £100,000.
  • 2005 Recognised by the South West Regional Development Agency as a Beacon Company.
  • Business Awards 2005, Workforce Development Award Finalist.

Learning Disability Opportunities

Unfortunately at this moment in time we are unable to provide placements for adults with learning disabilities.