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Find out what it's like being a Hospiscare Sales Advisor Find out what it's like being a Hospiscare Sales Advisor

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in a Hospiscare shop? We asked one of our newest sales advisors, Bex what she thought about working for Hospiscare. Read on to find out more.

What is your job and how long have you been working at Hospiscare?


I’m a full...

NEW LOOK OFFERS 20% DISCOUNT TO HOSPISCARE SUPPORTERS IN HEAVITREE NEW LOOK OFFERS 20% DISCOUNT TO HOSPISCARE SUPPORTERS IN HEAVITREE


  Hospiscare is teaming up with fashion retailer New Look this summer to offer Heavitree shoppers an extra big thank you for helping the charity.

New Look is launching a new customer discount initiative to support hospice care by encouraging more people to donate goods to local hospice shops, and Hospiscare’s...

What to do with your unwanted electrical items What to do with your unwanted electrical items

If you are replacing or upgrading any of your electrical items or you no longer need the old ones. Here is a handy list of how you can get rid of your unwanted electrical items.

Large electrical appliances

Fridges, freezers, washing machine, cookers

Unfortunately we are unable to accept tumble dryers


Does...

Top Tips for Shopping in Charity Shops Top Tips for Shopping in Charity Shops

There are lots of reasons to shop second hand. It’s environmentally friendly giving longer life to items that may have gone to landfill. It’s possible to find quirky interesting items that would be tricky (and expensive) to find in high street stores. Second hand items, especially furniture, can often be...

Hospiscare shop in Ottery St Mary officially re-opened by long serving volunteer after re-furbishment Hospiscare shop in Ottery St Mary officially re-opened by long serving volunteer after re-furbishment

The Hospiscare Shop in Ottery St Mary was officially reopened on Thursday 25th May by shop volunteer, Margaret Ford.

 “It’s a real honour to reopen the shop,” says Margaret. “It looks so different."

Margaret has been volunteering at the shop since it opened 28 years ago. “Being a volunteer in the shop is great”, says...

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