Positive first week for Honiton Hospiscare warehouse store

PUBLISHED: 12:32 01 July 2016 | UPDATED: 09:00 05 July 2016

Honiton Hospiscare Warehouse Shop was officially opened by town mayor, Caroline Kolek and Neil Parish MP. Ref mhh 25-16AW 0879. Picture: Alex Walton

Honiton Hospiscare Warehouse Shop was officially opened by town mayor, Caroline Kolek and Neil Parish MP. Ref mhh 25-16AW 0879. Picture: Alex Walton

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The outlet, based in Dowell Street, offers high-end goods to bargain buys, including furniture, electrical items, vintage treasures, clothing, and children’s toys.

Honiton Hospiscare Warehouse Shop was officially opened by town mayor, Caroline Kolek and Neil Parish MP. Ref mhh 25-16AW 0884. Picture: Alex WaltonHoniton Hospiscare Warehouse Shop was officially opened by town mayor, Caroline Kolek and Neil Parish MP. Ref mhh 25-16AW 0884. Picture: Alex Walton

Hospiscare’s new warehouse store in Honiton has received bundles of praise in its opening week.

The outlet, based in Dowell Street, offers high-end goods to bargain buys, including furniture, electrical items, vintage treasures, clothing, and children’s toys.

A Hospiscare spokeswoman said: “The early reaction from shoppers has been great, and local people have been amazed at the unique assortment of items for sale.

“It has been a busy opening week, and the team are still keen to hear from anyone interested in volunteering at the store.

“If that might be you, please call Tracey on 01392 428824.”

Hospiscare is a local charity, providing free, high quality care and support to people with a progressive life-limiting illness in Exeter, and East and Mid Devon.

For more information about the charity, visit www.hospiscare.co.uk


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