Weldmar Hospicecare Trust shops
We run 17 charity shops and two furniture outlets, which provide essential income to help run the care of patients and their families.
All goods sold are kindly and generously given by local people - good quality clothes, bric a brac, household items - all to raise essential funds. Why not come and browse - you may find a bargain!
Each of our shops has a management team who work with volunteers to run the shop.
Perhaps you have some unwanted items to help raise funds or would like to be a volunteer in one of our shops. If so, please telephone or call in at your local shop.
We have launched a new way of raising money from the items you donate. We are now able to claim Gift Aid on your donations (if you are a UK taxpayer).
Dorchester charity shop
Dorchester is Weldmar Hospicecare Trust's largest and busiest charity shop - over 1,000 sq ft of selling space with good frontage and large windows.
The Dorchester Outlet opened in April 2011 and sells a full range of furniture in a space of 3,000 sq ft.
Gillingham charity shop
Gillingham was the second charity shop for Weldmar Hospicecare Trust and opened in January 1994.
Swanage charity shop
Swanage was the sixth shop for Weldmar Hospicecare Trust and opened in April 2001.
Wareham charity shop
The Wareham Weldmar Hospicecare shop opened in February 2010. It is our second shop in the east of the county and is now well established in the town.
The Weymouth Outlet opened in June 2011 and sells a full range of furniture in a space of 3,000 sq ft.
Weymouth, Great George Street charity shop
Great George Street was one of the three shops that became part of the Weldmar Hospicecare Trust charity shop portfolio when Joseph Weld Hospice merged with Trimar in 2002.
Weymouth, Wyke Regis charity shop
Wyke Regis was one of the three shops that became part of the Weldmar Hospicecare Trust charity shops portfolio when Joseph Weld Hospice merged with Trimar in 2002.