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Beaumond House Hospice Care shops to reopen

Posted onPosted on 8th Apr

The three charity shops operated by Beaumond House Hospice Care in Newark, Southwell and Collingham will reopen when coronavirus restrictions change on Monday, 12th April.

Retail manager Gary White said the shops are a critical part of the charity’s fundraising.

“It will be wonderful to have the shops open again and to welcome back our team members, customers and supporters,” he said.

“We could not operate our shops without the generous donation of goods for sale from our supporters and we are so grateful for this.

“We will have plans in place to accept donations on specific days so we can comply with guidance and keep everyone COVID-safe.”

The Newark shop will be open in the first week from Monday to Friday (apart from Thursday) 9am to 2pm. Donations will be accepted at the shop on Tuesday and Friday.

The Collingham open will open from Monday to Friday, 9am to 2pm, and donations will be accepted at the shop on Friday.

The Southwell shop will open from Monday to Saturday, 9am to 2pm. Details on donations are to be confirmed.

More information about opening hours and donation plans for each shop will be on the Beaumond House website and social media pages.

A fundraiser will restart yard sales at his home on Monday to raise money for Beaumond House.

James Talbot, of 168 Devon Road, Newark, will be holding the sales on Monday to Saturday, from 10am to 7pm, and on Sunday, 10am to 5pm, until May 12. The sales will then continue until late next year on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

He will also be continuing with live sing-alongs on Facebook.

“I want to raise as much as I can, I just need everyone to come along,” said James.