The Brick Re-Use project has been set up to help us to fulfil our mission to rebuild lives across the Wigan borough. We turn unwanted goods into lovingly restored furniture for families in need, and upskill local people in the process.

Here are some of the ways you can get involved:

  • Visit the new ‘Re-Use’ shop and Education Centre at the Ince Recycling Centre to donate unwanted items that will avoid landfill- coming soon!
  • Attend an interactive educational session or organise a session at your school or community centre
  • Find out about volunteering and training opportunities

Contact our Re-Use and Recycle Education Co-Ordinator, Mel Walls

melanie@thebrick.org.uk

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