Our Shops

Rossendale Hospice Shop Front

RAWTENSTALL

77 Bank Street, Rawtenstall, BB4 7RW

Tel: 01706 240084

10am - 4pm Monday to Saturday

Closed Sunday

HASLINGDEN

Upper Deardengate, Haslingden, BB4 5QN

Tel: 01706 830475 

10am - 4pm Monday to Saturday

Closed Sunday

DONATIONS

By donating your pre-loved items to a Rossendale Hospice shop, you can be guaranteed your support will raise funds to help local people living with a life limiting condition. If you have any clothes (especially menswear) that don't fit, you won't wear again, any unwanted gifts that you'll never use, books you've read, small electrical items and bric a brac please consider donating them to us. 

Please note, due to space restrictions, donations will be accepted on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays only.

 

Please call one of the shops to check availability before dropping off your donations. 

HOSPICE BUILDING (inside the Hub)

Open for financial donations and items which may be suitable for raffles such as jewellery or toileries gifts sets

161 Bacup Road, Rawtenstall, BB4 7PL

Tel: 01706 830475 

9am - 4.30pm Monday to Friday

EBAY SHOP

It all starts by clicking on the link below and adding Rossendale Hospice as your favourite charity! You can then buy items throughout eBay and add a donation or round up the purchase price at the checkout. If you are an eBay seller, you can donate a percentage of your proceeds to the Hospice. We also have our own fabulous eBay shop with a wide selection of party dresses, work wear and even wedding dresses at amazing prices! 

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VOLUNTEERS WELCOME

If you would like to volunteer at any of our shops, please speak to the appropriate Shops Manager Caren Cookson on 07958 447 326 or contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator on 01706 253633 or by emailing volunteering@rossendalehospice.org

UPDATES:

Donations Unit 

Due to our new larger Haslingden premises, our donation unit is now closed - donations can still be made at our shops   

Bacup Hospice shop closure

We are really sad to tell you that despite our very best efforts, we have had to close our Bacup shop. 

Prior to the Coronavirus lockdown we were concerned, like many other charity shops that sales had slowed down quite dramatically. We had no option other than to close all our shops back in March, when lockdown was announced, which gave us even greater concern for the future of the Bacup Shop. A big thank you to our customers in Bacup and all staff and volunteers who worked in the shop, we really appreciate it.