More Trinity shops are set to reopen on Wednesday 8 July, as we continue with the next steps of our phased reopening of shops.

Trinity's Fulham and Islington shops will reopen to customers and donors and will join our Pimlico, Streatham Hill and Kensington Women's shops which reopened in June.

The shops will be open to shoppers and also to accept donations of preloved goods however, due to the huge number of donations we have received and the limited space we have to quarantine and store donated goods, we are temporarily only accepting clothing and accessories in all shops. If you have homeware to donate, we would be grateful if you could keep hold of it until we are able to resume donations of these items, thank you. 

From Wednesday 8 July, the opening hours will be:

Streatham Hill, Kensington, Fulham, Pimlico

Monday-Saturday 10.30am - 6pm

Sunday 11am - 5pm


Monday - Saturday 11am - 6.30pm

Sunday 12pm - 6pm

First and foremost: keeping people safe

Trinity's Retail team has worked hard to ensure that customers, staff and volunteers can be as safe as possible in the shops. We've carried out risk assessments on all shops before they open. 

This includes providing PPE for staff and volunteers, limiting the number of customers allowed in the shops at one time, moving to card only payments and changing opening hours to allow for additional cleaning and new processes. 

All donated stock will be carefully quarantined in line with government guidelines before being sorted for sale. 

Shopping with Trinity online

Trinity's online shops have also reopened and you can now shop online from our ebay, Amazon and website shops.

Shop online with Trinity

Generating vital funds

It costs over £15 million every year to fund Trinity's outstanding care. Last year, Trinity's shops contributed over £5 million to that total. With your help, they can resume their vital role in raising funds for the charity.

Daniel Holloway, Director of Retail for Royal Trinity Hospice said: "We're really looking forward to welcoming our customers back to some of our shops from 16 June. The hospice has experienced a sudden and dramatic loss in income since our shops closed in March. Every donation of goods and every transaction in our shops will mean that we can raise the funds we need to get back on our feet."