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Primrose Hospice Rubery charity shop reopening

PRIMROSE Hospice’s Rubery charity shop is set to reopen on Friday, July 17.

Staff and volunteers at the shop in New Road will be busy putting in safety measures to keep themselves and shoppers safe.

People will not be able to donate items at the Rubery charity shop.

However, Primrose will be taking donations at the old Rubery bookshop, 176 New Road, on Wednesday, July 22 from 9.30 am.

Donations can be made of either bagged clothing or boxed bric-a-brac. See more information on our shops and donation process here.

Headless Cross reopening

Primrose Hospice had to temporarily close its shops in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Headless Cross donation storage empty

Before the donation evening

Its Headless Cross branch was the first Primrose Hospice shop to reopen.

Staff welcomed back shoppers on Saturday (July 4) with a busy day of trading.

It followed a donation evening on Friday which saw generous shoppers fill the storage section with good quality clothing and bric-a-brac.


The Headless Cross shop will be able to accept donations once again from Thursday to Saturday this week from 9am.

Headless Cross donation storage full

After the donation evening

It will be on a first come first service basis.

Anyone with a car full of donations should call 01527 401416 to check there is room.

Once storage is full donations will be closed down until the following Thursday.

Furniture donations are expected to return in August.

Thank you

A big thank you to everyone who has so far supported Primrose Hospice by dropping off donations or shopping at the Headless Cross store.

Our staff and volunteers have been blown away by the response and are so happy to be able to welcome you all back.

We will update our social media pages when we have news on when our Redditch, Bromsgrove and Droitwich shops will be reopening.

Primrose Hospice looks forward to welcoming you back to our Rubery charity shop.