Play And Recycling Centre

Play And Recycling Centre

Charity information

Play And Recycling Centre

The Play and Recycling Centre provides five services to the people of Derby. The scrap store collects waste from local businesses, processes it and redistributes it to members to use creatively. The Paint Scheme collects and processes unwanted paint, and make available to local groups and disadvantaged people. The furniture section collects unwanted office furniture and reallocates it to local groups and individuals and the small shop provides eco-friendly art and craft materials to members and the local community. We provide volunteers and work placements with the opportunity to gain skills in processing, warehousing, customer care, office and IT skills.

Founded 1992

  • Mission statement

    Play And Recyling centre mission is to advance education amongst local people about matters relating to the enhancement and protection of the environment. To encourage amongst local people an appreciation of the arts and participation in the development of the arts in Derbyshire and its environs. To promote and assist in promoting activities which seek to improve the local environment and contribute to meeting play and other educational needs.

  • Aims

    Play And Recycling Centre aims to:

    • To advance education amongst local people about matters relating to the enhancement and protection of the environment.
    • To encourage amongst local people an appreciation of the arts and participation in the development of the arts in Derbyshire and its environs.
    • To promote and assist in promoting activities which seek to improve the local environment and contribute to meeting play and other educational needs.
  • Overview

    Established: March 1992

    Registered Charity Number: 1052059

    Board members: 5

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 1

    Volunteers: 40

    Phone number: 01332299165

    Address: 6-10 Werburgh Street Derby DE22 3QG

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