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NewStarts is a Christian charity based in Bromsgrove that provides free furniture, emergency food and household supplies to families and individuals who are in greatest need either on low incomes or in financial crisis.

We take unwanted household items and computers in good condition and do our best to find new homes for them.

Starting up a home for the first time or starting over are real challenges for many people. We step in and provide household items free of charge to those most in need.

For local people in local communities we provide volunteering opportunities and work placements; Finance & Debt Management Advice; Basic IT & Internet courses


1 Sherwood Road, Aston Fields, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, B60 3DR
Area serviced:
North Worcestershire
01527 882410
Opening times:
Monday - Friday 9.00 -5.00, Saturday 10.00-2.00

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