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Cannock reuse shop

Re-use

Katharine House Hospice operate the reuse shop located on the Cannock Recycling Centre. The shop stocks a wide range of items such as electricals, bikes, bric a brac and furniture all at great prices.

All the items stocked in the shop are sourced from goods donated at Staffordshire's 14 recycling centres. If you have any good quality items to donate, look out for the reuse containers on any of the sites.

Opening times

  • Monday - Saturday: 9.15am - 4.15pm 
  • Sunday: 9.15am - 1pm

What can I donate?

Our Re-use Shop accepts most things any other charity shop would, plus we also accept working electrical items, bicycles and furniture. All donations should be clean, in good working order, and there should be a big yes to the question ‘Would someone else want this?’. If not, please recycle your items at our Recycling Centres instead. The Charity Retail Association provides more guidance on what can and cannot be donated to Charity Shops.

We are not currently accepting donations of textiles such as clothing, please deposit these in the clothing banks at your local recycling centre instead. 

Contact

Telephone: 01543 500492

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