New 2 You Reuse Centre

The She Shed Project


We Are recruiting for July She Shed!

We are excited to be recruiting  young females in basic joinery, painting & decorating and upcycling for July’s She Shed.  Check out the timetable!

To sign up Email: [email protected] or  T: 02871360453


Weekly Drop In Morning

We are delighted to introduce a weekly Drop In Morning on Mondays 9:30am to  12:30pm.

Drop in for a chat over a cup of tea, or learn something new like upcycling or sewing. No booking required, just call in!

For more information Email: [email protected] or T: 02871360453

Pallet Furniture Workshop


We are planning a cross community project, The Coming Together Project, which will run for 5 afternoons, Monday 3rd – Friday 7th July, 2 – 4.30pm and on Monday 7th– Friday 11th August 2-4.30pm.  We have space for 12 people aged 16 plus on each of those weeks to learn how to upcycle pallets and wood into garden furniture. The items made will be donated to a community centre, day centre, or care home nominated by the participants within their communities.

Remade In Derry

If you have any unwanted furniture or electrical items drop them at the Furniture Donation Point at New 2 You in  Pennyburn Recycling Centre, Derry. They’ll be upcycled and refurbished by unemployed and disabled people training in trade skills and are then sold at affordable prices in the New 2 You shop on site. So you’re helping people re-skill while helping our environment – it’s a win win! 


We educate people who are unemployed and people with disabilities in repair and life skills equipping people for the workplace. We offer participants a personal development plan supporting them and breaking down barriers to employment. Our courses are OCN accredited and include:

  • Basic Construction Skills – carpentry and painting
  • Exploring a Career in Construction – Electrical skills
  • Teamwork skills
  • Healthy Living
  • Retail skills

If you’re interested in any of our courses email [email protected] or call 02871360453.

Zero Waste Economy

Our vision is to create a zero waste economy, an alternative to a disposable society by making repair education accessible, to build a stronger, waste-free community and support vulnerable people within our city and district.

The Journey

Donate – Reduce – Reuse – Recycle – Reskill – Sell

New 2 You Accepts the following materials:

  •  Cookers,
  • Washing machines,
  • Tumble driers,
  • Small electrical items
  • Furniture provided it is not soiled or been left sitting outside.

Please adhere to the following:

  • No other waste types should be brought to the site.
  • Please DO NOT leave materials at the centre when the site is not open.
  • Please DO NOT dump your waste  at the centre in order to avoid queuing to get onto the recycling centre.


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