McDonald’s offers free furniture as Wisbech restaurant is re-fitted.
Charities and community groups could benefit from donation by Cambridgeshire branch
Charities on the borders of Norfolk and Cambridgeshire are set to benefit from free furniture being donated by a McDonald's restaurant.
The Wisbech branch, in Cromwell Road, is due to undergo a major refit later this month and is looking to give away the tables, chairs and bins to charities, community groups or village halls.
Lobby supervisor at the Diane Ryan said: 'If any of the furniture can find a good home across a number of good causes then it would be brilliant.
'We thought it would be better to let someone have it who can make use of it somewhere.'
The furniture would need to be collected on June 18, when the restaurant closes for a fortnight, although the drive-through will remain open.
Once the main restaurant is completed the drive-through will close for a few days for refurbishment.
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For more information contact Diane on 01945 585983.