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Charity Shop Re-opening

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The Florence Nightingale Hospice shop at Bradmoor Farm will be re-opening to the public on Monday 12th April and will be open seven days a week. Opening times are still to be notified.

In the meantime they will be happy to receive donations, between 9.30am and 4.30pm, on Wednesday and Thursday this week.

To help make the process of donating safe for everyone, please follow these guidelines:

  • Donations should be made at the back of the shop, and will be contactless
  • Donations should be made in sealed bags or boxes
  • Donors do not need to book a donation slot
  • Textile items not suitable for resale should be segregated and placed in a bag labelled 'Rags'

To avoid disappointment, donors are advised to call 07493 653174 or email: haddenham@fnhospice.org.uk if their donation is bigger than four bags or boxes.

They hope to be able to take everything they are offered, but they may have to refuse donations if they get too much to deal with safely.

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