Welcome to FRP - Creating a Better Community

Furniture Recycling Project (FRP) is a charity run by a small team of staff and a group of willing volunteers.

We aim to re-use furniture, electrical goods and household items for the benefit of the community, and to help reduce social exclusion throughout the County of Gloucestershire.

We achieve this by collecting useable items directly from the public, free of charge. The items are then inspected, to ensure they meet safety and cleanliness standards.

To find out more about Donating to us, please click here

These collected items are then sold through FRP stores to supply safe, clean, and affordable, re-use furniture and tested electrical items at reasonable cost throughout the County of Gloucestershire.

To find out more about how to buy from us, please click here

4700 tonnes supplied!


Annual Reports

Please view our 2013/2014 Annual Report here

Please view our 2012/2013 Annual ReportĀ here


Recent News


May
21
2015
London Bus
Year 2014/15 has been a great year for FRP, with record figures over previous years!

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May
1
2015
From 1st June 2015, the delivery charge for items bought at FRP will be increasing.

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Apr
1
2015
The Furniture Recycling Project has an opening for a Temporary, Part-Time Sales Assistant. The main purpose of the role will be to work within the retail establishments for FRP to provide quality service to our customers in the provision of low cost furniture and electrical products.

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Rise and Recliner Chairs

Rising Recliner Chair

Our Rise and Recliner loan service provides chairs to;

  • people recovering from medical treatment
  • individuals receiving palliative care
  • those with disabilities and mobility problems

To find out more about our Rising Recliner Loan Service, please click here


Men in Sheds

Men in Sheds

FRP has welcomed Men in Sheds into our workshop providing them with tools and materials to renew, repair and restore donated furniture. The partnership will benefit not only the 'Shedders' but the wider community, as this project will help FRP to develop additional re-use opportunities.

To find out more about Men in Sheds, please click here


NFP Trading

NFP Trading

NFP was started to support statutory agencies and other charities that wished to access new goods not available through FRP.

Goods are also now made available to the community to complement our reuse activities.

All income generated through this work is covenanted to the Furniture Recycling Project to assist in maintaining its operation.


FRP Newsletter

Sign up for the FRP newsletter here.

Past editions of our newsletter can be found archived here.