At the gateway to Exmoor and at the heart of the community

In October 2020, our South Molton charity shop took on a completely new and different use becoming our very first Community Zone.

Our footprint in the community has always been one of the most important factors when keeping in touch with those we serve; the Community Zone will be a welcoming place where you can call in to say hello, pay for your lottery membership, deliver donations, talk to our charity ambassadors and maybe share your own experiences of the service and learn more about our vital work.

The Community Zone is open 10-3 Monday to Saturday and closed Sundays.

19a Broad Street
South Molton
EX34 3AQ

01769 572070

Donating to us

We welcome your pre-loved items! Drop items into our South Molton Community Zone and we will work hard to make sure your donations raise the funds we need to help keep our service running. Stock is turned over regularly so we welcome your regular support and donations.

At our South Molton Community Zone 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 charity shops and Community Zone 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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