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    Reusing unwanted furniture and electricals for the benefit of all

    Do you have good quality furniture or electrical items  that you want to donate? Are you looking for low cost household goods for your home? We can help. When you donate your unwanted furniture or electrical items instead of dumping them in landfill. we can collect them for FREE and them redistribute them in the community.

    We can all pick up real bargains, and anyone on benefits or on a tight budget can get big discounts.  and in certain circumstances items can be obtained  FREE.



    House clearance service


    Do you need a full or partial house clearance?

    We can help and it’s FREE for all reusable items.

    A reasonable  charge is made for items that do not meet the fire regulations or are not in a reusable resalable condition.            

    100% of any donations will be used to fund the work of the charity in its effort to help provide good quality pre owned furniture and electricals to families and individuals in need or in crisis.

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    We hate to see furniture wasted when it can so easily be reused by families in need.                                                           When you donate an item to us we will do our best to find a good home for it where it will be appreciated.

  • Volunteer craftsmen renovate furniture

    If needed our volunteers can give furniture a little tender loving care so that it can be given a second life with a family or individual in need. We always welcome volunteers to learn new skills if you are interested in helping us contact us on 01483 750005 SAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURES

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     “Just what I needed to complete my home brew kit”

    These would have been thrown into wasteful land fill if it wasn’t for someone donating them to a reuse charity.

    I paid a fraction of the cost of something new.

    Now I am very happy chap even before I drink my homebrew!

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    This was made with old pallets and now looks “Funky”

    Our volunteers not only renovate furniture but can make useful or decorative items from scrap wood. This glass and bottle rack was made from a pallet that was heading for the dump!

    Woking Community furniture project welcomes volunteers no matter what there skill level, and encourages them to get creative in our woodshop.

    We are happy to pass on those skills to those willing to learn creative skills. So if  you have a bit of spare time and want to help or want to learn more give us a call or drop in for a chat and a cup tea!


    I am in a flutter with my bird box made with scrap wood.

    The woodwork volunteers  made it from wood that would otherwise  have been thrown away.

    How creative!

  • Funky Furniture Bazaar helped my daughter decorate her new room.

    She is tickled pink with her shabby chic chest of drawers for her new bedroom.

    Funky Furniture  Bazaar hand  painted an old 1950s set of drawers in shabby chic style.

    It looks amazing and totally unique.

    It was a fraction of the cost of  the posh boutiques and all the money goes to help

    families and individuals on low incomes or supply goods free to those in crisis.

    This shop is a real find!

  • We both love upcycling furniture.

    For just a few pounds we found something for our latest project at North Rd.

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    New chair from old scrap. This French style chair was well past its best by date until one of our regular customers took up the challenge to up cycle it. Not only does it look fabulous and would grace any classy bedroom but she had NEVER upholstered furniture before.



Welcome to the Woking Community Furniture Project

Woking Community Furniture Project (WCFP) is a local, registered charity that provides donated furniture, household goods,and electrical items at low cost to people in Woking and surrounding area, with a special focus on and discount prices for those in the community needing help.

What We Do

Collecting Furniture Donations


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