Find a charity shop: There are many charity shops in Cirencester, so you can easily find one that is convenient for you. You can use the Charity Retail Association website to find a charity shop near you, or you can ask around in your local community.
Why do we use Charity Shops?
Donate items: If you have any unwanted items that you would like to donate, you can drop them off at any charity shop. Most charity shops accept clothing, shoes, bags, accessories, books, CDs, DVDs, homeware, and children’s toys. Please check with the individual shop to see what items they are currently accepting.
Shop for bargains: Charity shops are a great place to find bargains on clothes, furniture, and other items. You can often find high-quality items at a fraction of the price you would pay in a regular store.
Support a good cause: When you shop at a charity shop, you are not only getting a bargain, you are also supporting a good cause. The money raised from charity shops goes to support a variety of charities, including those that help people in need, animals, and the environment.
British Heart Foundation
18 Dyer St, Cirencester, GL7 2PF.
The British Heart Foundation supports people with heart disease and the research to fight it. They provide lots of items in their stores including clothes, shoes, books and homeware. They also provide gift cards for all occasions.
26 Dyer St, Cirencester GL7 2PF
Scope charity raise money and awareness for equality for disabled people. They sell a wide range of new and pre-loved goods in store and on eBay. All money goes to supporting disabled people across Cirencester.
3 Bishops Walk, Cirencester GL7 1JH
Longfield hospice charity shops support people across Gloucester. They pride themselves on having high quality items for sale. From clothing to jewellery, there is something for everyone. They also have an eBay shop.