This shop reopened to the public on Tuesday, 23rd June 2020. Its opening times are Monday to Saturday, 9am to 5pm. Please note: All our reopened shops, including our Kidderminster store, will close at 4pm on Thursdays.
We are now able to accept small quantities of donated books, bric-a-brac and toys at this shop (max. two small boxes or bags per donation) by appointment only. To arrange call 01562 540002 and ask to speak a member of the management team.
Alternatively, you can take good quality, re-saleable items to designated stores, read details here.
We can collect items of furniture, but not other donations at this time. Please do not bring furniture donations to our shops or collection points. If you wish to have an item of furniture collected, follow this link and fill in our online form. Thank you.
The spacious premises, spanning two floors, can be found at 17-18 High Street.
Along with clothing, varied bric-a-brac, CDs, DVDs, there is an impressive collection of around 12,000 books for literature-lovers to browse. On the first floor we also have a furniture department with items also for sale on the ground floor.
The premises were carefully chosen for their excellent location in the heart of Kidderminster and will help raise awareness of the charity – which supports patients from the area at its In-patient Unit in Worcester.
Currently, the hospice has 18 shops and a warehouse spread across the county – spanning towns in north Worcestershire including Bewdley and Stourport, right down to Broadway in the picturesque Cotswolds.
Thanks to our staff, volunteers and customers, each year the hospice sells around 205,000 items of clothing, 85,000 items of bric-a-brac, 90,000 books and 7,000 items of furniture.
This goes a tremendous way towards helping St Richard’s fund its compassionate, free care to patients living with a serious progressive illness, their families and bereaved people across the county.
17/18 High Street
(Corner of 79/84 Worcester Street, Kidderminster DY10 2DJ)
Tel: 01562 540002
Chance to volunteer at shop
Volunteering in our shops can be an extremely varied and rewarding experience as there is a whole range of areas to work in – from manning the till to creating eye-catching window displays and sorting and pricing the many donations.
For many volunteers, the experience they gain working in the hospice’s shops benefits them in the long-term – with previous volunteers going on to secure permanent work in the retail sector with skills learned as a volunteer.
If you have recently visited one of our shops we should be grateful if you would complete our short customer service survey, thank you.
If you are interested in volunteering at this shop and would like more information please click Discover how you can become a St Richard’s shop volunteer