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Welcome to Waste Not Want Not

Waste Not Want Not is a registered charity based in Chippenham, Wiltshire that collects free of charge unwanted items of serviceable furniture, household goods and electrical items to pass on at affordable prices, to families and individuals whose household income is below £20,000 per annum and to all over 60’s.  

All goods are displayed in a large showroom, with ample parking, situated at 303’305 Hungerdown Lane, Chippenham SN14 0JJ (near the Esso garage). View map…


Waste Not Want Not (WNWN) is furniture and household goods recycling charity which collects ‘free of charge’ unwanted furniture and household goods (including white goods) to pass on at affordable prices.

Since the charity became operational in 2002, customers have included people on state benefits, over 60’s and students. Now, however, WNWN wishes to widen its customer base to include more people who may be struggling to either buy or replace essential household items.

Phil Reade, Manager says:-

“Hardly a day goes by without reminders in the media of families who are struggling to cope with the rising cost of both food and fuel.  Literally thousands are feeling ‘the pinch’.  These are the people Waste Not Want Not -  would like to help.

As a result:  with immediate effect WNWN will be extending its customer criteria to include anyone whose household income is below £20,000 per annum.

Anyone who wishes to donate goods or requires additional information please contact us

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About Waste Not Want Not

Visit our show room for latest stock based in Chippenham, Wiltshire - Contact Us -  01249 447140

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