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Charity Shops

Following the decision to temporarily close our shops during the lock-down, we have been working tirelessly on preparations for re-opening with enhanced health and safety and strict social distancing measures to ensure that we offer the safest shopping environment for our customers. 

We are delighted to announce that the following stores are now open. 

  • Shaw 
  • Royton 
  • Lees (reduced opening hours) 

Our Oldham store is currently closed. 

Due to current restrictions we are not accepting donations at this time. Please do not leave donations outside our stores. 

All of our shops will operate with enhanced health and safety measures and will be fully compliant with social distancing rules. All employees have been trained appropriately and will be provided with the required PPE, and the Hospice has ensured that all safety measures put in place adhere to guidance provided by the Government and Public Health England.

Some of the changes we have made:

  • Reduced the number of customers allowed in the store at any one time and changed the layout to ensure that customers have more space and can adhere to social distancing guidelines.
  • Introduced floor markers so that you can keep your distance from other shoppers, and follow a one way shopping system.
  • Provided hand sanitiser for all customers on entry into the shops.
  • Trained all our team to support social distancing.
  • Provided our team with the required PPE.
  • Temporarily closed fitting rooms.
  • Cleaning throughout the day, including regularly disinfecting high-touch points such as door handles and hand rails.
  • Donated goods will be quarantined for a period of ’72 hours’ prior to being available for purchase on the shop floor.

With our new safety measures in place, we are extremely happy to be back open, and look forward to welcoming our customers back into the shops. We will be updating our website and social media regularly with new updates on when the rest of our shops will be open.


It’s not only donations of money that keep the Hospice running; we also need donations of goods to sell in our shops.

Donations of good quality clothes, home wares and bric-a-brac, second hand or new, are always gratefully received.               

We can only accept small furniture items such as coffee tables, bookcases and display cabinets. We also accept small electrical items such as toasters, kettles and lamps. Please note, however that we cannot accept white goods or televisions.

Larger items of furniture are collected and sold on our behalf by The Big White Charity Van, so if you have any furniture items to donate please contact them directly on 0161 222 0808 and tell them it’s for Dr Kershaw’s.

The Hospice shops sell a variety of goods including clothes, toys, books, CDs, records, cassettes and
bric-a-brac. Why not call in and browse!

You can also join or renew your Dr Kershaw's Hospice Lottery membership at the shops.

We also sell items on eBay from time to time so keep an eye out for a bargain!

Our Shops

Oldham Hospice Shop
Unit 10 Albion Street, Oldham, OL1 3BB
Tel: 0161 628 2343  
Monday - Saturday: 9.30am – 4.30pm

Lees Hospice Shop
99 High Street, Lees, Oldham, OL4 4LY
Tel: 0161 628 7100
Monday – Friday: 10.00am - 4.00pm
Saturday: 10.00am - 3.00pm

Shaw Hospice Shops
50-52 Market Street, Shaw, Oldham, OL2 8NH
Tel: 01706 290973
Monday - Saturday: 9.30am – 4.30pm

Royton Hospice Shop
14 Market Square, Royton, Oldham, OL2 5QD
Tel: 0161 652 8707
Monday - Friday: 10.00am - 4.00pm
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