2nd Chance Furniture Reuse service.
2nd Chance collect furniture and other essential household items like white goods for free from the Nuneaton, Bedworth and North Warwickshire.
They also sell items at a low cost, primarily to those with a lower income, although all customers are very welcome and can get a bargain for their own homes. We provide a discount to those in receipt of benefits, and ensure that we’re always good value. 2nd Chance have a large re-use Superstore at 1a Weddington terrace in Nuneaton.
Nuneaton Re-use Superstore
1A Weddington Terrace
Tel: 024 7632 6189
Our furniture re-use projects work with volunteers and those on work placements to train and provide work experience – with an objective of getting unemployed people back to work.
We also have a Re-use shop at the Judkins Household Recycling Centre where clients have the opportunity to donate items instead of throwing them into landfill. Although not operating under the 2 tier pricing system, it is still a great place to pick up a bargain.
Judkins Re-use Shop
Tel: 024 7637 4405
SuPORT – Health and Wellbeing programme
Suport is one of the health and wellbeing programmes run by the National Sports Development Manager and Nutritionist, Dean Ashton for saha clients and staff members.
The Suport programme incorporates a number of elements including; advice on Nutritional and Health care, a step by step programme called the Doorstep Sports Club and information on Pop-Up Sports Games available.
The aim of the programme is to break down barriers and misconceived perceptions around Healthcare and Wellbeing.
For more information, please see the document library below or contact Dean Ashton direct on: 07803 958235
The Learning Hub
The priority for the saha Learning Hub is to create an environment that provides homeless/marginalised people and the local community with a bespoke learning experience and a springboard into further education and training. The following opportunities are offered by the Hub:
The Job Club
In partnership with the DWP Discover and develop employability skills with our support!
Complete personal Tenancy Training programmes, approved by Manchester City Council as a way of gaining extra rehousing priority for young people aged 19 to 25 years old.
During the course clients will develop independent living skills and become more confident.
Workshops to explore housing options, register and bid for housing and increase knowledge and confidence.
Our accredited course gives clients the opportunity to gain a Level 1 Award in Sports Leadership.
In partnership with Doorstep Sports Club Training is held at the Power League Pits in Ardwick. The sessions are designed to develop skills and promote the benefits of exercise and positive behaviour.
Xenia is a Student Accommodation and Conference venue in Waterloo which houses students from Imperial College, London. The service offers self-catered accommodation with 24 hour staff and warden cover to 150 students for a 38 or 51 week periods.
Xenia is located in SE1, a short walk from the South Bank, Borough Market, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, the London Eye, the Shard and other popular tourist attractions. We work closely with agencies such as The Waterloo Foodbank and Faiths Together in Lambeth, to provide support to the local community.