Weston Hospicecare stores open for donations
- Credit: Weston Hospicecare
The stores will accept donations, although will not be begin trading until a later date.
Weston Hospicecare has reopened some of its shops as donation stations.
The hospice closed all of its shops before a UK-wide lockdown came into force on March 24 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The hospice has shops in Weston, Worle, Clevedon, Burnham, Cheddar, Winscombe, Congresbury and Yatton.
Weston Hospicecare’s Burnham seafront shop will be open today (Wednesday), while donations can be dropped off at the Cheddar store tomorrow (Friday).
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Each donation station will be open from 10.30am–3.30pm.
The hospice is opening the shops which can safely accommodate staff and members of the public in line with the current coronavirus guidelines.
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No date has been set for when the shops will reopen for trading.
For further updates, log on to www.westonhospicecare.org.uk