November 2007
Cabinet Maker;11/30/2007, Issue 5566, p39
Trade Publication
The article reports on a burgling incident that hit Furniture Now!, a recycling charity in Worthing, England. According to the article, the foundation was being robbed, wherein a total of £60 has been taken from its cashbox. In connection, Future Now! offers low-cost furniture to people with mental disability as well as the unemployed.


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