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Wesley Community Furniture

The charity collects donations of reusable furnture and household effects, which are supplied at the lowest price possible to people in need. This service is available for all age groups. Referrals from other organisations can be made using our Referral Form  - people in hardship should contact their housing officer/caseworker to refer them.

Open Mon-Fri 9.00-4.30

T: 0161 226 9051


Wesley Community Furniture

St Wilfrids Hall

Birchvale close,



M15 5BJ.


Where to Go

Name of venue
Venue address
St Wilfrids Hall
Birchvale close
M15 5BJ
Additional Notes

Wheelchair accessible. On street parking usually available

When is it On?

Date & Time Information
Mon-Fri 9.00-4.30

Other Details

Associated Cost
Referral required?
Referral and availability notes


The primary charitable object of Wesley Community Furniture is to provide household goods to people in need. To that end, the Wesley provides the transport and labour to collect donations from people throughout Greater Manchester & N Cheshire. These donations are brought to the shop units where they are sorted, assessed for condition, repaired where possible, renovated when feasible and displayed for sale.
Clients either come off the street or are referred by agencies, and are helped to choose from stock purchases which can then be delivered to their homes. Collections are free of charge (delivery with small charge).
Referred clients are offered our joblot/homestart packages which consist of the basics people need for independent living for less than it would cost if the items were bought individually.

Other objectives

The second charitable object is concerned with the provision of jobs, volunteering and training opportunities. To this end, takings from the shop cover the paid staff costs, volunteer expenses, building and vehicle costs. Money is also used to pay for training, such as electrical PAT testing, Health & Safety, First Aid etc.
The Wesley’s volunteers are its most valuable assets: the majority of the work is only possible because of their work and commitment to the charity, its objects and ethos.
A third major aim of the charity is to make an impact on landfill use: by reusing & recycling peoples’ unwanted household items we redirect in excess of 200 tonnes of material every year. Furthermore, in its operation WCF endeavours to be as environmentally friendly as possible.

Who to Contact

0161 226 9051
Additional Notes

Wheelchair accessible. On street parking usually available

Last Updated: 13/03/2020