Who we are
Welcome to Upcycle Birmingham, the city’s thriving furniture recycling business that helps people transform their homes with affordable,
As a social enterprise, Upcycle Birmingham is committed to supporting local people by selling low cost,
It offers an exciting new way of buying items for the home – bringing with it a new approach to social and economic regeneration.
Upcycle Birmingham not only brings new life to furniture and homes, it brings new life to people and their communities too.
Upcycle Birmingham is the result of a unique partnership with Spitfire Services, who are committed to providing help, information and support for residents in Castle Vale and north and east Birmingham.
Transforming used furniture donations from local people, businesses and community organisations.
Upcycle Birmingham offers a huge selection of recycled furniture and other goods allowing people to make home improvements that they can really afford.
It offers essential pieces including tables and chairs, cabinets, beds, sofas, wardrobes, as well as domestic appliances, electrical items and household wares. The Upcycle Birmingham shop & warehouse also sells recycled clothes, shoes and smaller household items.
In fact, Upcycle Birmingham provides everything to transform your home and it couldn’t be easier to get involved with the exciting service that has taken the city by storm. Upcycle Birmingham is open to everyone, but in particular we are keen to support local people who are in need of affordable goods.
In addition to collecting unwanted furniture and household items free of charge, and refurbishing them so they can be resold at an affordable price, Upcycle Birmingham has a number of additional benefits.
Upcycle Birmingham: bringing new life to furniture, to homes, to people and their communities.
1. Upcycle Birmingham is the city’s thriving furniture recycling business that helps people transform their homes with affordable,
2. From its state-of-the-art unit and high street shop, Upcycle Birmingham provides valuable work experience, training and apprenticeship opportunities in a variety of areas.
3. Upcycle Birmingham would not be successful without its fantastic team of volunteers – local people with the determination and drive to improve the community in which they live.
How to donate!
It's important today not to waste what can be re-used. Look below to see the best way for you.
Donate items at our Shop:
Smaller items can be taken to the Upcycle Birmingham shop on Castle Vale, just drop in and leave them with us.
Trinkets, clothing, bags and smaller furniture items like lamps and vases are just some of the items we'll take. Just drop in!
Donate items at our Warehouse:
For larger items, for example desks, chair, side tables or even larger items, can be dropped off at our Birmingham warehouse.
Parking is available on site and is large enough to take vans. Please book ahead if possible.
Book a Larger Collection:
We can collect larger items directly from you with our van 'Cherry', who has helped supply many local households with refurbished items..
We can collect chairs, tables, beds, cupboards, desks, fridges, freezers, televisions, and a variety of other bulky household items.
Book a House Clearance:
Whether you're moving house, or going through a difficult bereavement, we can help you with clearing a house or flat, and continue to provide affordable furniture to the community.
If you would like to book a house clearance, please get in touch.
Want to Book a Collection?
Message us using the button below.
Or alternatively call us on 0121 748 5795 and ask one of our team to book you in
Upcycle Birmingham Shop
Unit 1, 4 High Street, Castle Vale, B35 7PR
Open Weekdays (9am-4pm) - Sat (10am-2pm)
Upcycle Birmingham Warehouse
St Gerards Church Centre, Yatesbury Avenue,
Castle Vale, Birmingham, B35 6JT
(Entrance on Turnhouse Road)
Open Weekdays (8am-4pm)
We’re linked of Spitfire Services
Spitfire Advice and Support Services Ltd (Spitfire Services) is a charity that was established in 1995 as Castle Vale Tenants and Residents Alliance as a direct response to the growing issues of poverty in Birmingham.
We are now a multi-purpose charity with a dedicated and committed staff team, who work tirelessly to support the most isolated and vulnerable in society.
What we do
Working with a number of leading training providers we equip local people with the skills needed to inject new life into unwanted and unused items of furniture.
Local people, guided by an experienced team of trainers, are given the exciting opportunity to upcycle furniture and household items so they can be sold at an affordable price.
The Upcycle Team
Judy Tullett – Communication Services Co-ordinator
Simone Morley – Finance & Business Administrator
Julie Wootton – Driver
and over 25 dedicated volunteers!