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    Hi guys i would really appreciate some help in finding some cheap furniture for a flat im renting out. I doesn’t have to be great but I would like it to last more than a year before replacement!

    Right what im looking for is_

    Double bed

    Work/ computer desk and chair

    Single arm chair type thing for living room

    Coffee table

    Thanks to the posters in advance!!

    :thumbsup:

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    check out the tescos direct clearance section saw a very cheap desk and chair in leaflet i got for them in the post

    If you don't mind keeping old/used{in good condition though} furniture in your home, then my advice would be to spend half of your weekend visting the local charity shops {and if you live in a small town as I do, then you can try the charity shops at the neighbouring towns as well:thumbsup: }.

    You will be surprised to see the nice quality of furniture available at very nominal prices. I recently moved into an unfurnished flat and have furnished the house courtesy the charity shops, I bought a TV stand for £5, coffee table for £10, dining table for £30, desk for £10..and the list goes on, total £147 spend (inc. delivery):) and the house is furnished.

    The best charity shop stocking loads for furniture in my area is Debra:
    debra.org.uk/

    You can look for your local branch here:
    debra.org.uk/Onl…ng/

    Debra shops deliver the furniture bought only for £7 {for the whole lot}

    There are plenty of others as well, where you can find a lot of good stuff a very nominal prices:

    [url]www.suerydercare.org[/url]
    [url]www.suerydercareshop.com[/url]
    You will need to find your local shop - Google 'sue ryder '

    [url]www.oxfam.org.uk/shops/content/index.html[/url]
    [url]www.oxfam.org.uk/shops/content/furniture.html[/url]

    [url]www.phyllistuckwellhospice.org/fundraising/hospiceshops.htm[/url]

    [url]www.bhf.org.uk/shop_with_bhf/our_shops.aspx[/url]

    I am new in the UK and have found that buying stuff from the charity shops is a good way to save money.

    Others, please add to the list if you know of other charity shops.
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