Choose Exmouth for £3, £2, and £1 only bargains

We have a system between our 19 charity shops that ensures every one of the items donated to us is given the maximum opportunity to be sold.

The item will first feature for a 6-week period in the first charity shop. If it is not sold during that time it will be placed for a further six-week period in a sister shop. Finally, if the item is not sold there then it will go to Exmouth where it will be sold for £3, £2 or just £1.

It's always worth popping into our Exmouth store to find a bargain in clothing staples and essentials.

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Donating to our shop

Even though we sell items in our Exmouth shop for lower prices, donors can still feel confident donating items of greater value to Exmouth as we will ensure such items are given the maximum chance to raise essential funds for your Air Ambulances by first giving them a chance to be sold in one of our other shops first. 

As at all our charity shops we are always on the look out for clothing, accessories, books, toys, DVDs and CDs, bric-a-brac and other items.

Which items can you donate?

Volunteer with us

We welcome volunteer support in each of our 19 charity shops and we would love to hear from you if you have some hours you would like to donate. 

Find out more about volunteering, what is involved, where and how you can volunteer and the benefits to you of lending us your time.

Find out more about volunteering with us

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