To find out more about each service, please click on the title of each item
Shropshire services provided to our area
Kerbside collection – recycles many items
Bulky Goods Collection service – order collection of certain bulky items
Craven Arms Recycling Centre – recycles almost all household items including rubble, used lightbulbs, small electrical items, drinks cartons, etc
Furniture collection – Several local charities and social enterprises collect furniture and reuse them in the local community.
Recycling options in Church Stretton
Coop – soft plastics such as crisp packets and bread bags.
Library – batteries, stamps, Christmas cards for craft activities –
Scrappies – clean, safe items for use in children’s education and creative arts (e.g. card, paper, fabric), printer cartridges, spectacles
St Lawrence Primary School – Recycling options including pens (for Parents and Students only)
Hope House Charity shop –Books, Clothes, Shoes, handbags and much more including worn out fabrics which get recycled
Red Cross Charity shop – Clothes, toys, books, furniture and more – Worn out fabrics are accepted too
The Rural Charity shop – Electrical items, clothes, shoes, toys, furniture, and much more
Church Stretton Repair Café – Toothpaste tubes, personal care items. (2nd Saturday of the month at the Scout Hut)
Stretton Print & Supplies Some makes of original printer ink cartridges.
Recycling options further afield
Leebotwood Village Hall – Shoes
Dobbies, Shrewsbury – Empty compost bags, plant pots
United Reform Church Shrewsbury – Cosmetics and food packaging, ground coffee bags, see the website for details
Church Stretton Repair Café – Why not fix broken household goods and reuse them?
Church Stretton Buy and Sell – A community Facebook site for selling unwanted items
Next Door – Another community site through which unwanted items can be sold
Trash Nothing – This website provides access to the local Church Stretton Freegle group (and similar groups further afield) where items can be given away or obtained, free of charge. This can include almost anything, including plants, electrical items, gardening tools, video tapes, kitchen units, paving slabs, etc
Residents in some streets and small developments work together to collect things like drinks cartons (e.g. Tetrapak), which can be taken in bulk to the appropriate recycling centre – do chat with your neighbours to see if something could be set up where you live.
Terracycle is a national enterprise which collects and recycles the most difficult items (like pens, cosmetic packaging, etc). The nearest main collection point to Church Stretton is in Telford. Might you have storage space to become a Church Stretton collection point, or know someone who does?
Thankyou for Stretton Climate care for collating this list of recycling services.
Please get in touch with the town council if we can improve this page.