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If you want a nice walk then Emmaus round the back of Victoria quays is massive

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The best charity shop in Sheffield, has to be Samaritans on Chapel Walk because I work there on Saturday morning

 

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I think the best Charity Shop is Oxfam Book Shop on Glossop Road. :)

 

yep it's excellent. It's a shame they've started ebaying or selling online all the decent vinyl though, you used to get some gems before.

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i think the best one is to ask any of the shop staff what private sales they have as there all picked over theses days

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Hi all,

 

9 years since the last comment. In 2019 what do feel are the best charity shops, does Broomhill, Eccy Rd still get the most votes?

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Are the clothes washed before they go on sale in charity shops ?

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I've got disheartend with my local charity shop. Over the years I have donated many good quality products including clothes  that still have tags on so have  never ever been worn.  These are rarely displayed in the shop.  Apparently a lot

of goods are sent to their other shop at Hillsborough or presumably taken by staff.  I have no problem with staff having first pick within reason. But I donated to my local shop not Hillsborough.

1 hour ago, Holiday1166 said:

Are the clothes washed before they go on sale in charity shops ?

The clothes I have donated are always washed before I take them although some maybe creased and need pressing.

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I personally like Woodseats as I stop off for a cheeky drink in spoons.  Having said that I do the rounds and go to Eccy Road, Broomhill etc.  Depends what you're looking for but I tend to find something wherever I go.  

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Always interesting to go to more affluent areas. A visit to Lytham was a different world charity shop-wise! Hard to find owt decent in Woodseats imho.

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