Clothing Stock Shortage at Katharine House

Tracy Turner of Stafford’s new shop awaits donated clothes to fill the rails
Tracy Turner of Stafford’s new shop awaits donated clothes to fill the rails

The growing popularity of Katharine House Hospice shops has led to a stock shortage. The charity is now calling on local people to fill a bag of unwanted items and donate them to their local Katharine House shop to help fund vital care.

Katharine House Hospice moved its Stafford street shop to larger premises at Princes Street on Monday 29th September. and shoppers have been flocking to the shop and its huge selection of “fashion, furniture and everything in between” spread over 2 floors.

Retail Director Kate Sharp said

“Our new Stafford shop and our others in Stafford and Stone have been extremely busy and we are now facing a shortage of quality items to sell to keep up with demand.

We are particularly in need of quality second hand clothing. Whether you are changing your wardrobe to warmer clothes for the autumn, clearing out the clutter or making way for new furniture we would be very grateful for your unwanted items. We can even collect the larger items such as furniture for free” “Local businesses who are looking to dispose of end of line of line goods or furniture can also take advantage of our free collection service”

Local supporters can drop in a bag of clothing or other items to their local Katharine House shop or call to arrange a free collection of furniture and other larger items on 01785 760715 You can find your local Katharine House Hospice shop by visiting www.khhospice.org.uk