Murdock Lisburn supports local ReStore charity



Niall McConkey, Habitat ReStore manager, receives donated items from Martin Small, Murdock Lisburn Sales Manager


The Lisburn branch of Murdock Builder’s Merchants has regularly donated building materials to Habitat ReStore for almost two years.

Habitat ReStore is the low-cost DIY store which sells donated new and used building supplies and home improvement materials. Based in the Riverside Centre, Young Street, it enables local families to improve their homes at a price they can afford and provides training opportunities for people of all backgrounds and abilities.

ReStore also diverts tons of reusable material from landfill and raises vital funds to support Habitat for Humanity’s work.

Martin Small, Murdock Lisburn Sales Manager said: “We are delighted to support Habitat’s work in this way and are looking forward to growing our partnership over the next few years.”

The range of products in Habitat ReStore includes kitchens, bathrooms, furniture, bricks, paving, insulation, electrical goods, office furniture, and even the nuts and bolts to hold it all together.

Jenny Williams, Chief Executive of Habitat for Humanity Northern Ireland said: “We so much appreciate the support of Murdock Builder’s Merchants in Lisburn. By working together, local people have access to low cost materials and we have a positive impact on the environment – it is win-win for everyone. Strong partnerships with local companies, like this, are vital to ensure we have a constant stream of quality stock for our customers.”

Habitat ReStore is open at the Riverside Centre, Young Street, Lisburn Monday – Saturday, 9am – 5pm. A second Habitat ReStore will open soon Ballymena.

To learn more visit habitatni.co.uk, Like Facebook.com/ReStoreNI or call 028 92 635 642.