Barnardos have opened a new larger store on Dudley High St.
This busy Midlands town is a good location to be as it is also to benefit from the Portersfield Development in the very near future.
The new store, in Dudley High Street, is more than twice the size of a normal charity shop and even offers a collection and delivery service.
Stock includes ladieswear, menswear, children’s clothing, accessories, furniture and homeware.
The doors opened on Saturday January 5th at 10am, ribbon was cut by the Mayor of Dudley, Cllr Alan Taylor.
Barnardo’s area business manager Jason Worley said: “We’re delighted to be opening our new strategic store in Dudley, which will be one of the charity’s biggest stores in the entire region.
“The shop floor is around 1,600 square feet so it’s much larger than most of our other sites, which means we can display many more items which have been generously donated by the local community. “Aside from the usual clothes, books, toys, games and bric-a-brac, we’ll also be selling bigger items including furniture such as wardrobes, beds, desks and drawers.
“There’s a drop-off zone at the front of the store for people to donate their items, but we’re also offering a free collection and delivery service for larger items within a six-mile radius.
“Our aim is to make it even easier for people to support the charity, helping us to raise as much money as possible for children and young people in desperate need of a better future.”
42 High St, Dudley, West Midlands, DY1 1PN