Scrapstores give you the chance to find art and craft materials at a fraction of the price you could find them anywhere else.

Some scrapstores are only open to schools and voluntary organisations but others open their doors to everyone.

All scrapstores have different means of accessing their scrap materials. In some you need to pay an individual membership fee, at others you simply pay for the scrap you take on the day.

Many scrapstores also have shops open to the public selling high quality art and craft materials from glue to paintbrushes to complement the scrap.

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  • Reuseful UK AGM 2017

    Reuseful UK AGM 2017 Invitation has been emailed to members, please check you inbox for booking form and the agenda of the day.

    If you have not received the email or have any queries, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and a copy will be sent.

     
  • And the Winner is....ReCreate Ireland

    And the Winner is…ReCreate

    Reuseful UK would like to share our huge congratulations to ReCreate Ireland for winning the Best ‘Not-for-Profit’ Organisation at the South Dublin County Business Awards.  This is an amazing achievement and helps promotes all the brilliant work that takes place in our Dublin based Scrapstore.

    ReCreate is a social enterprise making art materials and educational supplies accessible and affordable to every sector of the community for all kinds of creative purposes. ReCreate inspires tomorrow’s inventors, engineers, and entrepreneurs by making unique and unusual open ended materials freely available at a fraction of the price of high street art shops. To read more about the amazing work at ReCreate please visit their website.

    The South Dublin County Business Awards are to celebrate, showcase and acknowledge all that is good in business and the county of Dublin proudly sponsored by South Dublin County Council, Google, Noel Group, City West, Equita Group, Kuehne + Nagel among others.

     
  • COMMUNITY REUSE CENTRE REFURBISHMENT & REOPENING

     

    COMMUNITY REUSE CENTRE REFURBISHMENT & REOPENING

    Cambridgeshire Community Reuse and Recycling Network – CCORRN, a local community organisation based in March, Cambridgeshire is reopening its doors at 10am on Saturday the 9th of September after the team of staff and volunteers have given the customer area a much needed makeover.

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