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Age UK East Sussex
Unit D1, Ranalah Estate
New Road
United Kingdom

Telephone: 01273 646800

Opening hours
Monday to Saturday 9am - 4.30pm Sundays 10am - 4pm

Wheelchair access ramp: No
Step free access: Yes
Toilets: No

Probably Newhaven's best kept secret. Open seven days a week selling new and pre-loved, quality furniture and more.

What We Stock

❖ Sofas and Chairs
❖ Brand New Beds and Mattresses
❖ Tables and Chairs
❖ Units and Sideboards
❖ Bedroom Furniture
❖ Office Furniture
❖ Antiques and Collectables
❖ Vinyl, Books, Bric a Brac and much more


We urge you to think twice before throwing out your unwanted goods and will help make the de-cluttering process stress free with our free collection service.We will collect your pre-loved items free of charge and sell them on to help fund our vital services helping local older people. To arrange a free collection please call 01273 646800 today, or simply pop in to a store near you.

If you are planning to update your home interiors on a budget or looking for something a bit different, we sell a great range of sofas, beds, bedroom furniture, dining sets, chest of drawers, sideboards, book shelves, white goods, electricals and household items all at bargain prices.

What our Newhaven Furniture Warehouse and Donation Centre is able to collect:

❖ Sofas, suites, arm chairs and riser recliners with fire labels.
❖ Mattresses with fire labels.
❖ Bed frames and bedroom furniture.
❖ Tables, chairs and dining sets.
❖ White goods in good working order.

We value the donation of smaller items. Unfortunately we are unable to collect these items below, but gladly accept them at our warehouse:

❖ China, kitchenware, collectables, pictures and ornaments
❖ Soft furnishings such as small rugs, linen and curtains
❖ Toys and games
❖ Books, computer games, CD's, DVD's and vinyl records. We are unable to accept videos
❖ Music and musical instruments
❖ Working electrical items

House Clearance

We offer a full House Clearance service and help families during difficult times, such as dealing with probate, relocating, downsizing or when a relative is moving into sheltered accommodation or a care home.