Residents and employees based in Bradley Stoke have been urged to bring their unwanted items to the local Children’s Hospice South West shop at the Willow Brook Centre.
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Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) has teamed up with fashion retailer New Look to offer town shoppers an extra big thank you for helping the charity.
Children’s Hospice South West will be opening the charity's newest shop in Bradley Stoke at 10.30am on Friday, August 16.
The new shop, based in the Willow Brook Centre, will offer a range of goods, including women’s, men’s and children’s clothing and accessories, as well as children’s toys and games and homewares.
The town centre shop, based in Colliers Walk, has undergone a major refurbishment and customers are being invited to see the bigger and better shop for the first time when the doors open at 10.30am on Friday (August 9).
Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) is opening a shop at 4 Horseshoe Lane in Thornbury on Tuesday 16 July at 10.30am.
It will be a great place to find good quality, pre-loved items, from clothes, accessories and homeware to collectables, books and media.
Whether you shop in the store, give your time to volunteer or donate pre-loved items to them - you'll be helping to make a difference to local families whose children are not expected to reach adulthood.
Paul and Renate O’Donnell of Wood ‘n’ Things have supported Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) for 16 years and raised tens of thousands of pounds for the charity. Much to their delight, the couple recently won £1,000 in the charity’s weekly lottery.
Giving something back offers more than just a feel-good factor. For university students in a new town, lending a helping hand is also a great way to make friends, learn new skills and help their CV stand out from the crowd in a busy jobs market. Volunteering can also provide a welcome break from academia and add an extra dimension to the stereotypical university experience.
The Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) shop in Nailsea, which has been trading since 2007, has temporarily closed due to re-fit to make it bigger and better. However, during closure you’ll still be able to support the charity as it’s opening a pop-up shop during this period.
The search is still on for the mystery winner of a £1,000 lottery ticket bought in Wadebridge.
Shop manger Kirstie Madden said: “The team and I have been asking everyone coming into the shop to check their tickets.