CRNS took a pop-up shop promoting re-use to the Gathering event in Glasgow last week. It was a great success. The idea was to promote reuse as a lifestyle choice and to show the range of good quality furniture items CRNS members and the sector sell in their furniture shops across Scotland.
The Pop Up Shop attracted a lot of interest over the two days of the Gathering event. It was a great way of demonstrating the concept of reuse in a practical way. If you have furniture to donate or if you want to purchase good quality pre-loved furniture there is a furniture project near you, wherever you live in Scotland.
All of the items on display were provided by CRNS member organisations from across Glasgow and the Central Belt and were for sale to the public.
As well as the pre-loved furniture the pop-up shop also had a second-hand vintage bike on offer through an auction. Congratulations to Jim from the Happy & Healthy Project that won the bike auction.