Bùth ReStore is currently offering 20% off the original price of last year's garden furniture.
Available are two single chairs (one already oiled), two tables, and a children's bench. These unoiled pieces can also be oiled for an additional cost.
Our garden furniture is handmade by learners and volunteers out of pressure treated decking wood. As our van is currently not making any deliveries it is up to the customer to collect these items upon purchase. Please phone the shop on 10878 700919 to enquire.
Bùth ReStore will open with reduced hours from Wednesday 15th July. Please see guidance below.
The shop will be open from 9:30am - 3:30pm Monday - Friday.
We encourage all customers to view our online catalogue before coming in, and if there is something you'd like to view or that you're looking for we kindly ask that you phone the shop on 01878 700919 so that arrangements can be made. We are accepting payment by card over the phone as usual.
Any donations of furniture will need to be dropped off, and any furniture purchases picked up as the van is currently not providing these services. Please phone the shop to arrange for this on 01878 700919.
The shop will be open to one household at a time. Before entering you will be able to sanitise your hands using our hand hygiene station, but we also ask that you wear a face covering while in the shop. If there are other customers in the shop when you arrive, please wait outside or in your vehicle.
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General Learning Websites
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· Best Start Grant Pregnancy and Baby Payment
· Best Start Grant Early Learning Payment
· Best Start Grant School Age Payment
· Best Start Foods
· Carer's Allowance Supplement
· Young Carer Grant
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While our horticulture students can't attend tutorials either at the Learning Centre or at Falachan Cothrom, some of our staff are looking after this years seedlings to ensure we get a harvest.
You can access free courses from Business and Administration to Nutrition and Health at Reeds:
Follow thins link: https://www.reed.co.uk/courses/free
The Uist and Barra food bank have a network to deliver food parcels as far as Eriskay. To access this, please contact Janet at the Uist and Barra food bank on 01870 603819, through firstname.lastname@example.org, or through the 'contact us' section on uistbarra.foodbank.org.uk.
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