Our Retail Team have been working hard to open two new shops in the last few months and reopening our Woking store after months of being closed due to flooding.
Our Sam Beare Bookshop in Egham relocated ,after many years as a much loved fixture on the High Street, we are really pleased to have been able to move into bigger more accessible premises in what was our White House charity shop just down the road. The new bookshop has had a complete refit and looks incredible.
Along with having more space on the shop floor we have a much larger area for our staff and volunteers to be able to sort donations of books and vinyl.
Our second shop to reopen is in Knaphill, following the success of our “Pop Up” shop we are really excited to now have a new permanent home on Knaphill High Street. Sarah and her team are ready to welcome you and new stock will be arriving everyday.
And after months of being closed our shop in Woking town centre has reopened, with a fresh new look inside and out. Denise and her team are very happy to back open.
We are incredibly lucky to have an amazing retail team of staff and volunteers who have worked so hard the last few months behind the scenes to open and reopen these three shops, and we would like to say a big thank you to everyone involved.
As a charity we rely on the income that is generated from all our charity shops, which you will find across North West Surrey the area that we provide care to our patients and their loved ones.
Over 80% of the care we provide is in patients homes so where ever you see one of our shops our Community Nurse Specialists will very likely be caring for someone in that community.
To keep our shops open and trading we are always looking for volunteers and we have currently have vacancies to work in our retail department.
If you are interested in becoming a part of a fantastic team take a look at our current vacancies.
We rely on donations of good quality items that we can sell across our shops and online, if you would like to donate items we have a guide as to what we can and can’t accept