Bed frames, sofas and toasters are needed to help vulnerable Syrian refugees settle into a new life in Norfolk.
Norfolk County Council is appealing for donations of furniture and household items as the area prepares to welcome the final seven families as part of the government's resettlement scheme.
Last summer, councillors voted overwhelmingly to accept 50 refugees into Norfolk and five families arrived back in February.
Over the next few months, the remaining families will make their move to the county.
The families have already began preparations for their move to Norfolk.
Adults have been having intensive English lessons while people in Hunstanton arranged for them to visit the seaside town to learn about the area's history.
Items needed are:
- Bed frames and bedside cabinets
- Childcare items and toys
- Dining tables
- Small appliances (such as toasters and microwaves)
- Sofas and armchairs (these must have a fire safety label)
- Televisions, DVD players and set top boxes
- Wardrobes, chests of drawers and dressing tables
- Amazon, Argos, Curry’s or B&Q gift vouchers
These items are not needed:
- Bedding and towels
- Crockery and cutlery
- Cups and glasses
- Mattresses (unless new)
To tell the council about any items you would like to donate, go to the government's digital register: www.gov.uk/help-refugees