Structurally sound but cosmetically awful three- seater Madrid settee by Oakridge/SofaSofa. Length 195cm, height 63 cm, depth (front to back) 95cm. It's on castors but one of them is a bit squashed.
Main cover and back cushion cases still in one piece (washed several times over the years, so a bit faded, some minor damage from small sharp teeth), seat pad covers have been completely completely ruined by twelve years of children, rabbits and various drinks so I've thrown them out. Our first rabbit created an entrance in the back so the fabric covering the frame at the right-hand side of the back is shredded (see photo) but the frame itself is sound and the springs are still springy. It's stained, but it's been brilliant, and it's nothing a big throw won't cover.
Free to collector, you'll need an estate, a trailer or van (it won't fit in mine)
They make darned good settees up in Wales, so we've replaced it with exactly the same model. Don't really want to have to dump it, surely it could be useful to someone?