Looking to bag a bargain, declutter your life, or volunteer? You can do all this at our charity shops in Wakefield District.
Donating goods to our shops
There are various ways you can donate goods to our shops
About our shops
Age UK Wakefield District currently have three charity shops located in Wakefield Town Centre, South Elmsall and Horbury Town Centre.
They are great places to find bargain clothes, books, DVDs, household goods, and even small items of furniture.
Our charity shops sell a vast selection of ever changing goods at very reasonable prices. We have no collection vans at this time so rely heavily on our generous customers 'dropping in' their donated goods to the shops and services of Age UK Wakefield District. Sometimes members of our staff can collect items so if you need help, please give us a call on 01977 552114
Our wide range of goods for sale include:
- Electrical goods (all PAT tested)
and much more...
All funds raised go towards our vital services for older people in the Wakefield District.
Also in our charity shops we provide a range of leaflets giving information on all the services we provide across the Wakefield District.
To find out more about each of our shops, opening hours, what they stock and how to donate items, click on the shops below for further details.
Volunteering at our shops
Our shops rely on volunteers for sorting stock, creating interesting window displays, and attending to customers. If you are interested in volunteering with us, please visit our volunteering page on the link below to see the charity shop role description and how to get in touch.
Volunteering is a fulfilling, satisfying and creative experience. You can help to meet the needs of older people by volunteering to support the services we provide.
Our spacious shop in the centre of Wakefield has a wide variety of goods for you to browse.
Our Horbury shop is a quaint traditional shop full of intrigue and quality goods
Opening on the 17th May our new South Elmsall shop will be the third in the district