Reuse Shops at Recycling Centres

What to expect when you visit

Some shops are larger than others and therefore the stock levels vary considerably. Make sure you pop in to see your local Reuse Shop soon, so you know what type of things they have in stock and hopefully pick yourself up a bargain. The stock changes daily and you never know what gems may be hiding in there. Don’t forget to donate your quality items to the shops when you visit the recycling centres. Main Plus sites also accept quality electrical equipment for reuse. Ask staff where the drop off point is for their shop and they will assess the suitability of your items for resale.

All items are sold at car boot sale prices, with all takings going back into running the service.

We no longer accept cash payments for amounts over £10 – you will need to pay  with a debit or credit card.

If you can’t get to a Reuse Shop, don’t forget your local charity shop who are the experts in reuse and keeping items in use for longer.

Our Charity Partnership

The new chosen charity for Norfolk County Council’s reuse shops has been announced as the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA). A cut of the proceeds from reuse shops is being donated and will support the charity’s vital role in providing a helicopter emergency medical service for the people of East Anglia.

More than £8000 was raised for our previous charity, the Norfolk Wildlife Trust, and we hope that even more funds can be raised for the EAAA due to the opening of another reuse shop at Ashill recycling centre in February 2018.

Thank you for your support through donations and purchases.

Mustard TV and Vanessa Norris visit Strumpshaw