Tag Archive for: emmaus furniture mine

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Season’s Greetings Review

An extended family combined with Christmas chaos, creates comedy gold in Season's Greetings at the New Vic theatre thanks to genius Alan Ayckbourn. As Christmas Eve gets underway finishing touches to the decorations at Neville (Matt Addis)…
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Emmaus North Staffs attend special celebratory lunch with Royalty

To celebrate 30 years since Emmaus was established in the UK, Stoke-on-Trent man Steve Bourn, who was supported by Emmaus North Staffs, recently attended a lunch event at Clarence House, the royal residence of the charity’s royal Patron Her…
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New opportunities with Emmaus North Staffs

Communities & Companions with Emmaus North Staffs Are you looking for a new opportunity in which your skills and expertise can help others? Emmaus North Staffs is in a very exciting time as the charity is looking for trustees to join…
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Cycling through the decades to the Mine

A 279-mile charity cycle challenge is set to finish at North Staffordshire’s largest furniture reuse charity shop. Staff and volunteers at Emmaus Furniture Mine are to welcome Mark Johnson - who will be making his way from Leicester to…
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Summer Sale at the Mine

A Summer Sale at North Staffordshire’s largest furniture and household charity shop has been extended... Hundreds of quality household furniture items from Emmaus Furniture Mine will be available at a discounted price until Saturday 14th…
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Three Decades at the Mine

North Staffordshire’s largest furniture reuse shop is marking three decades of supporting local communities. Emmaus Furniture Mine has helped around 60,000 local people with more than 480,000 items since being formed 30 years ago. The…
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Volunteering and how it helped me – Guest Blog Steve Bourn

Emmaus North Staffs - work to help prevent homelessness. The charity own and manage Emmaus Furniture Mine and offer various volunteering opportunities. Here Steve Bourn shares his story on how volunteering with Emmaus North Staffs helped…
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Volunteering Your way at Furniture Mine

Paul Moffatt started at Furniture Mine 15 years ago as a volunteer - a role he opted for after finding himself homeless and living on the streets in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent. Paul knows all too well how valuable volunteering is and also, how important…
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New opportunities for volunteers at charity Emmaus North Staffs

Volunteers at a Stoke-on-Trent charity will now be able to access valuable skills development and training following on from the appointment of a new development coordinator. Emmaus North Staffs - a charity which works to prevent homelessness…
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Local Charity offers support during pandemic

A Stoke-on-Trent charity, who had to suspend the majority of its services when the coronavirus struck, has been busy supporting a local authority to create self-isolation units for homeless people. Not only were all staff members at Emmaus…
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North Staffs Charity call for furniture donations

A charity which works to prevent homelessness is calling for donations of unwanted furniture. Emmaus North Staffs, which owns Emmaus Furniture Mine - the largest charity shop in the area - relies heavily on donations to their Hanley store…