PLYMOUTH Green Business of The Year winner, Surplus Rescue CIC, based at Weston Mill, is taking delivery of extensive amounts of second-hand quality furniture later this month, and Is seeking city businesses, voluntary, charitable, and education providers – looking for heavily discounted desks, pedestals, cupboards and office chairs.

Shelly Monk, director of Surplus Rescue, said: “Charities can apply for donations of furniture for free, and social enterprises can benefit from a further range of discounts.”

“Local businesses, schools and colleges looking to purchase in bulk (6 or more) will also benefit from a scaled discount package.”

“Also members of the general public can also buy from us, anyone who is thinking of setting up a home office, or needs study space furniture for children? Why spend a fortune when you can buy quality used furniture from an environmentally conscious sustainable source?”

Surplus Rescue CIC, is a Community Interest Company and set up to rescue second-hand items from useable waste; from construction projects which are otherwise sent to landfill, office furniture and commercial clearances, these items are offered for sale to small start-up businesses, third sector and other organisations across Plymouth and the South West.”

City entrepreneur Shelly Monk recently won the Plymouth Herald’s Green Business of The Year award.

Mrs Monk, added: “Stock is available from 9th July, and people can come over to our Weston Mill site to view.”

Anyone looking for more information can contact: or Telephone: 07929 758660

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