Coronavirus Update

As SCARF operates from the City of Wolverhampton College we will reopen for sales and collections as soon as the college deems this acceptable and that we are able to ensure that our individual practices can meet the coronavirus guidelines too. We accept donations and business waste from a multitude of different suppliers and of course for a small venture as our own this comes with additional implications, which we are endeavouring to overcome.

We apologise for any inconvenience the loss of our service has provided and really do hope that we can be up and running to see you soon.

Please keep checking back here to find the status of SCARF.

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Channel 4's Kirstie Allsopp Gives Black Country RePaint at SCARF a Big Thumbs Up! (26/05/2016)

Channel 4's Kirstie Allsopp Gives Black Country RePaint at SCARF a Big Thumbs Up!

If you were watching "Love it or List it" on Channel 4 Thursday 26/05/2016 you may have recognised that Kirstie was here in Wolverhampton where she visited SCARF to take advantage of Community RePaint Black Country and choose some paint with this week's guests.

Community RePaint Black Country is part of a national network of paint re-use schemes....

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Community Makers Project 2015 - The Pheonix (01/01/2016)

Community Makers Project 2015 - The Pheonix

SCARF, the Schools and Community Arts Resource Facility, and Bilston Craft Gallery is inviting the people of Wolverhampton to take part in an exciting collaborative display of creativity that is on show in the Gallery's main exhibition space. SCARF's "Community Makers Project" is offering every Wolverhampton child, the opportunity to decorate a feather...

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Opening of The Craft Pack Shack SCARF's second store (01/09/2015)

We are thrilled to have opened our second store in Wolverhampton. The Craft Pack Shack is stocked with ethically sourced materials and handmade craft packs and other exciting products. The City of Wolverhampton Coll ege have kindly donated new premises for this not-for-profit social enterprise, to expand on its good work across Wolverhampton, while...

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