toogoodtowaste open new Vintage and Retro Showroom

Posted on the 13th March 2024

Reuse Network member toogoodtowaste have spent the last six months transforming their showroom in Treorchy, Rhondda Cynon Taf, into an exciting vintage shopping destination for the local community.

The Vintage and Retro Showroom (VNR), now showcases their vast array of vintage and retro merchandise, ranging from furniture and home accessories to clothing and music.

Additionally, it houses their first ever eBay store, allowing customers to browse and purchase all their listed items both online and in store. Visitors can also enjoy a cosy coffee corner equipped with a self-serve beverage station, perfect for relaxing and socialising with friends.

Image showing vintage teacup and saucer with a floral pattern in a glass cabinet

Shaun England, Chief Executive Officer at toogoodtowaste said:

“We have been very busy working hard behind the scenes while we have been closed and we can’t wait to finally welcome you all to our new look store and we hope you love it just as much as we do. It is filled with a variety of inspiring Vintage & Retro items, and we feel sure that we have items to suit every taste & every budget along with unique interesting finds which are all too good to waste.”

The Vintage and Retro Showroom is now open, Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm. You can get a sneak peek by watching this virtual tour and visit their website.

About toogoodtowaste

toogoodtowaste are one of the UK’s leading re-use charities, serving the community of Rhondda Cynon Taf. They collect household items like furniture and electrical appliances that are toogoodtowaste from local residents for free.

They also collect surplus stock from high-street retailers. All items are sold at affordable prices in their showrooms, helped by their team of committed volunteers, who play a key part in this whilst gaining valuable work experience.
Working with other organisations they also give free items to people most in need in their community. They are working towards becoming a self-sustaining organisation, providing jobs and training for local people, helping the environment and our community prosper. Find out more about their work.

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