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Coronavirus (COVID-19) information and guidance
Our Glenrothes Store is now open 7 days 10:00 to 16:00. A number of customers are confusing us with another organisation in Glenrothes which has announced it is closing down. Castle has no plans to close and remains open providing our services.
Our Cupar Store is now open, Mon-Sat 10:00 to 17:00. CLOSED Sundays.
The wellbeing of our customers, staff and volunteers is, as always, our main priority. To make sure you have a safe and enjoyable visit, we have been busy putting in safety measures.
We are now able to do kerb side collections, please click the "Arrange a Collection" button above.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, our staff and volunteers have been redeployed to support the Elders in Fife through our Elders Crisis Contact Centre. From a friendly voice to talk to or arranging doorstep deliveries of essentials, this line is here to support them.
01334 89 86 69
We have been providing quality, second hand furniture to disadvantaged people in Fife since 1992. As well as selling to the general public, the project provides a heavily subsidised furniture service to some of the most vulnerable people in the community to relieve poverty and indebtness.
Castle Furniture Motorvators Shed project is an award winning project having attained two business diversity awards and winners of the mental welfare commissions "principals into practice" 2013, motorvators is regarded as an innovative project that is both stimulating and rewarding.
We have a good supply of fairly new, quality reconditioned, washing machines, cookers, fridges, freezers and other domestic appliances at extremely competitive prices available at our showrooms in Cupar and Glenrothes.
Installation and delivery can be arranged!
A 3 month warranty is provided for added peace of mind.
Our project tackles isolation and loneliness in our community, helping to reduce loss of confidence, depression and general poor health which ultimately may contribute to older people leaving their home and moving into residential accommodation.