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Northern Ireland Hospice shops reopen

19 June 2020

Thanks to the hard work of our staff and volunteers we are delighted to announce that we have now opened 21 of our shops - a full list is below:

  • Abbots Cross - Unit 24/25 Abbots Cross, Newtownabbey,
  • Andersonstown - Slemish Buildings, 105 Andersonstown Road, Belfast,
  • Antrim - Unit 5 Castle Walk, Antrim,
  • Antrim Road - 461-463 Antrim Road, Belfast,
  • Ballyclare - 10 Doagh Road, Ballyclare,
  • Ballyhackamore - Unit 5 Library Court, 402 Upper Newtownards Rd, Belfast,
  • Ballymoney - 12 High Street, Ballymoney, Castle Court, Belfast
  • Unit 54 Castle Court, Royal Avenue, Belfast,
  • Bangor - 32 Main Street, Bangor,
  • Derry City/Londonderry - 12 Shipquay Street, Derry,
  • Enniskillen - 14 Cross Street, Enniskillen,
  • Finaghy - 124 Upper Lisburn Road, Belfast,
  • Glengormley - 273 Antrim Rd, Glengormley,
  • Newtownabbey Larne - 24 Main Street, Larne,
  • Lisburn - 129 Longstone Street, Lisburn,
  • Lisnaskea - 1 Cross Street, Lisnaskea,
  • Magherafelt - The Diamond Centre, Market Street, Magherafelt,
  • Ormeau Road - 449 Ormeau Road, Belfast,
  • Shankill Road - 243 Shankill Road, Belfast
  • Rath-Mor, Derry - Unit 6, The Rath Mor Centre, Blighs Lane, Creggan, Derry,
  • Ballygowan Road - 6-10 Ballygowan Road, Belfast, BT5 7LL, Tel: 9079 3149

The safety of team members and customers remains Northern Ireland Hospice’s number one priority and social distancing measures have been implemented to allow the shops to operate safely.

We are also accepting donations of clothes, shoes, fashion and home accessories, these can be dropped off at the donation point located in each shop.

Neil Fowler, Head of Enterprise at Northern Ireland Hospice, said: “We have taken care to ensure we are following guidance provided by the Government and Stormont Executive, to reopen responsibly.”

“I would like to thank our team members and customers for their understanding during these uncertain times.”

“If you have been clearing out your home whilst in lockdown, please donate your unwanted quality goods to Hospice. We’ll need your help more than ever to continue to raise vital funds for Northern Ireland Hospice.”