02:00PM, Saturday 10 August 2019
The Thames Hospice Home store in Dedworth is moving to Maidenhead later this year.
The store, in Tinker’s Lane, will close its doors for the final time on September 21, having traded there for more than 14 years. Donations will be accepted up until September 27.
The new outlet will be at Unit 9/10 in Reform Road, with the official opening at noon on Friday, October 11. Donations can be dropped at the new shop from September 30.
The new location boasts a modern showroom showcasing a wide range of furniture, and a new Home Studio where customers can purchase pieces of upcycled furniture, or commission their own pieces to be upcycled.
Thames Hospice provides care for people living with life-limiting illnesses in East Berkshire and South Bucks.
Julie Rowley, director of retail at Thames Hospice, said: “Thames Hospice Home has been an incredible success story. In the last five years alone the store has generated more than £2million for the hospice. We would love everyone to join us for our official opening on October 11.”
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