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a shop that sells secondhand goods at reduced prices


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There are several things to bear in mind when buying clothes from a charity shop
They were spotted stealing bags of donated goods left in the doorway of an Overgate Hospice charity shop in Hebden Bridge.
Claire House Charity Shop Manager, Angela Lloyd, said: "On market days in particular, the locals love coming in to browse our books, but we can't keep up with the demand.
A lot of shoppers don't realise the amazing potential of charity shop finds and obviously it raises money for an incredible charity too.
Emily, who has recently bought a new home, is planning to decorate it with some of her charity shop finds.
We have a charity shop selling both donated and brought-in goods, where Chris Black, our shop manager, and his team are always at hand to give advice on the product range and accept any donations of stock.
Families Fighting for Justice, the Merseyside charity for families whose loved ones have been murdered, is opening a charity shop in the name of its sister charity O.
AUSTERITY Britain has triggered a 30 per cent surge in the number of high street charity shops in just five years.
BBC Newcastle and Look North's Charlie Charlton and The Cyrenians' chief executive, Stephen Bell, OBE, offi-cially opened the Cyrenians' new charity shop on Gateshead High Street.
Currently, charity shops receive 80% business rate relief across the board, whereas the new suggestions will give 80% rate relief for the first PS12,000 of rateable value, 50% relief for the next PS24,000 and then no relief thereafter, in essence greatly increasing the cost of operating charity shops across Wales.
A WEDDING guest who left her outfit at home was saved by a Northumberland charity shop.
But a charity shop acting like a commercial enterprise would be seen as distorting the market.
Just because they're a charity shop doesn't mean they should lower their standards.
Why spend a fortune on a designer wardrobe when charity shop chic will give you the same great look for a knockdown price?