‘Friends of Sandville’ Charity Shop


Sandville Self Help Foundation Lower Car Park


Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 11am – 3pm

The Friends of Sandville Charity Shop does not open on Bank Holidays.


We are extremely grateful for the support of the local community with the donations of goods used for sale in the shop.

We accept donations of clean and undamaged goods including:

  • Clothing & shoes – adults and children
  • New bedding, cushions, curtains, throws
  • Household goods including crockery & cutlery
  • Games and toys ensuring CE label attached
  • Pictures & frames

We do not accept or sell:

  • Food & Cosmetics
  • Electrical items
  • Used bedding
  • Underwear
  • Broken, soiled and damaged goods.

‘Friends of Sandville’ Charity Shop Volunteers


You will be met at the Donation Cabin by Sandville Self Help Foundation Volunteers who will assist in taking your donations into the donation cabin. Please do not bring items that we do not accept and are unable to sell as we do not want our Volunteers to cause any distress by having to refuse goods.

All donations will be sorted by our Volunteers and prepared  for sale in the Charity shop.  We sell adult and children’s clothes including shoes, bags and accessories some of which are brand new and many Designers including Chanel, Coast, Zara, All Saints. We also sell household goods including cushions, curtains, new bedding and throws. There is a wide selection of games, books and toys with CE labels.

Sandville Self Help Foundation Volunteers also work within the Charity shop and are there to assist in your shopping experience including purchasing goods.

Making your donation


We accept both cash and card donations and request that you do not ask for a discounted price as all goods are extremely fairly priced. Please remember to complete the Gift Aid form available in the shop in order for us to claim 25% on top of each payment.

All funds raised in the ‘Friends of Sandville’ Charity shop will be used in providing services for people with life limiting and life changing conditions who attend the Sandville Self Help Foundation.