Join our Reuse network

With many people wishing to live a more sustainable life, there’s been an increase in voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations working to waste less and reuse, repair and recycle more.

Responding to this need, and listening to the organisations we work with, we’ve set up a Reuse network to bring together VCSE organisations interested in reuse.

If your organisation is interested in reusing items such as furniture and household goods, clothing, IT equipment, food and bicycles, the network can help.

To join the network, sign up to our next meeting to:

  • give items a new lease of life
  • help alleviate poverty
  • reduce waste
  • tackle climate change
  • find out about funding and partnership working
Upcoming Network meetings

The next meeting is in person in Malton on Wednesday 31 July. We’ll be co-hosing this session with Circular Malton and Norton CIC to bring together like-minded VCSE organisations and groups. The aim is to explore how we can have a greater impact and move towards a more sustainable future and what needs to be done to make this happen. Find out more and book your free place here.

Previous network meetings

An overview of previous network meeting discussions, useful links and resources.

Facebook Reuse and Recycling Group

We have a closed Facebook group for VCSE organisations across North Yorkshire to keep in touch, share tips, items for reuse and post questions and answers, and support each other.

You will need a Facebook account to join, please contact us if you need help with this. If you already have a Facebook account please click here to join.

Specialist resources

There is a wealth of information available in our toolkits around greener organisations and climate change and our podcast series. Our top picks are below:

General resources

We have a wide range of general information applicable to different aspects of running a successful organisation which includes good governance; funding; policies and procedures, volunteer management and operational good practice.


Stay up to date with the latest news, opportunities and resources by subscribing to our themed newsletters. You can sign up here.

Useful links
Contact us

To find out more about the network please contact Carole Roberts