WELCOME TO rE-CREATE
statement on Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Update as of 20th April 2021
We are now able to open both Re-Create Social Enterprises (Wherstead Road) site and Re-Create Voyager (Princes Street) as per .gov website guidelines for support groups. We will keep you updated with any changes as and when we receive further guidance from Suffolk county council. We have contacted the individuals whom attend our service to let them know. We are running a reduced capacity in our buildings in order to operate safely.
However, it is with regret that we must inform you all that our shop will remain closed to the general public for an indefinite time. We will re-open to the public when we feel it is safe and practicable to do so. However please visit our online shop to tide you over. Keep an eye on the Facebook page for regular updates.
In addition to the above we will be unable to accept donations of materials, we will update this as soon as we are able. We appreciate your understanding and continuing support.
We hope you are all safe and well,
The Re-Create Team
SERVICE STATUS: ENTERPRISE and VOYAGER ARE BOTH CURRENTLY OPEN
SHOP STATUS: ENTERPRISE IS NOT OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC. OUR ONLINE SHOP IS NOW OPERATIONAL
Re-Create Social Enterprises Limited is a not for profit organisation running multiple services based in Ipswich. We offer therapeutic work based activities for learning disabled and disadvantaged people and Work placements for PFS and E4L Learners.
We collect unwanted, unused and surplus items such as; card, paper, film, foil, ribbon, buttons, sequin cut outs, bottles, containers and a whole host of unique items from local businesses. Our attendees then process these items by sorting, measuring, weighting, rolling, cutting, counting, banding, etc, to produce arts and crafts materials.
We sell the items we produce in our online shop to customers who include schools, playgroups, drama groups, businesses and individuals. We offer these items at a fraction of the cost of buying new.
Please browse our online shop for some great bargains whilst supporting a unique project that gives people the opportunity to learn new skills, maintain existing skills and progress.
Currently we are unable to take donations, however, if your business would like to discuss donating unwanted or surplus materials in the future please get in touch by calling us on 01473 603393 or by emailing Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org