Nearly all Romford Charity Shops are located along South Street and High Street. If you are getting to Romford by train, once you arrive at Romford Station direct yourself to the left as soon as you step out of the station. The first charity shop you will see on your right is a large shop run by Saint Francis Hospice. This charity shop consists of two units; one for electrical goods and the other, a traditional charity shop selling clothes, music, picture frames and books.
Saint Francis Hospice for Electrical Goods in Romford accepts donations and sales of all kinds of electric domestic goods including fridges, vacuum cleaners, lamps, TV sets, video players toasters, hairdryers and any other domestic electrical goods.
The other, larger part of Saint Francis Hospice in Romford accepts donations of all kinds of bric-a-brac items, clothes and some furniture. If you would like to donate your furniture, please call Saint Francis Hospice in Romford in advance to discuss the possibility of them accepting your donation. The opening hours of this charity shop are from Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saint Francis Hospice Romford, 119-121 South Street, Romford RM1 1NX Telephone: 01708 757817
On the opposite side of the road is the Cancer Research UK Romford. The opening hours are from Monday to Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Sundays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.. Like most Cancer Research charity shops in the UK, the one in Romford sells good quality women’s bags, kitchen utensils, where some are made of bronze and china. There are also articles in menswear and vinyl record sections in the shop. At Cancer Research UK Romford, you are going to find loads of books. The shop has so many books that some of them are wheeled out on trolleys to the front of the shop so customers can buy them in bulk quantities for small donations.
Cancer Research UK Romford, 102 South Street, Romford RM1 1RX, Telephone: 01708 741552
The British Heart Foundation charity shop in Romford is not typical for this charity. The one in Romford is outstanding especially when it comes to the quality of donated items, the manner in which the stock is put on show and the quality of customer service. Local residents can make donations to this charity in three different ways.
The British Heart Foundation in Romford opens from Monday to Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The British Heart Foundation Romford, 79 South Street, Romford RM1 1NL Telephone: 01708 753363
Haven House Children’s Hospice in Romford doesn’t look like one of the other Romford charity shops at all. If you look at it for the first time, it might give you the impression that it is a rather retro-style boutique clothing shop. In reality, it is not far from it. The shop accepts donations in all shapes and sizes including furniture, but donors are advised to contact them in advance to check if the furniture they would like to donate will be accepted. Haven House in Romford is outstanding in many respects. The interior of the shop looks like it was designed by a professional interior designer. The staff are well dressed and trendy. The shop is illuminated by two large stylish chandeliers. As a customer, you will find anything that you expect from the charity shop including menswear, womenswear, a good selection of music on vinyl and CDs. Currently, at Haven House, there’s a vacancy for a volunteer delivery person. For more information about this lovely charity shop in Romford, log onto their website at www.havenhouse.org.uk
Haven House Children’s Hospice Romford 52 South Street, Romford RM1 1RB Telephone: 020 3096 5810
The British Heart Foundation Home and Fashion in Romford is the largest of all Romford charity shops. Opening times are from Monday to Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The shop looks more like a specialised furniture store where everything for the household can be found including a good selection of sofas prized between £100 and £250. Rugs and carpets are available at prices between £20 and £70. Coffee and dining tables between 50 and £200 and armchairs for around £50 each. Standing fans are sold for £20, vacuum cleaners for about £20 to £40 and a good selection of vinyl records and CDs. Everything seems to be of very good quality.
You don’t need to have your own van to donate to the British Heart Foundation in Romford. All you have to do is to call 0808 250 0030 or log on to https://www.bhf.org.uk/free to arrange collection of your unwanted furniture. This is the most comprehensive all Romford charity shop. Check the blog of Romford Plumber for more interesting articles about Romford.
British Heart Foundation Home and Fashion in Romford, 6 High Street, Romford RM1 1HR, Telephone: 01708 914900
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