The Heart of Heavitree

    Regular customers to our Heavitree shop will be familiar with the friendly team who keep the Heavitree shop looking lovely and full of your favourite clothing items, bric-a-brac, books, DVDs and other popular items.

    With access and parking to shops close by it's easy to pop in with your pre-loved items. Come and have a browse and say hello to the team who are always very happy to help.

    Click here for the Heavitree, Exeter shop 3D tour and staff

    90 Fore Street
    EX1 2RR

    01392 271630

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    Donating to our shop

    We welcome your pre-loved items! Drop items into our Heavitree shop and we will work hard to make sure your donations find the right space to make the most of it. Stock is turned over regularly so we welcome regular support and donations.

    At our Heavitree charity shop we are always on the look out for clothing, accessories, books, toys, DVDs and CDs, bric-a-brac and other pre-loved 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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