20th September

Guild Care is set to open a new Littlehampton superstore and donation centre on Duke Street, the location of the former Carpetright store, on Thursday 3rd October.

The official ‘ribbon cutting’ opening ceremony will take place from midday with The Mayor of Littlehampton alongside TV and radio presenter Mike Read.

TV and radio presenter Mike Read

Guild Care has had a retail presence on the high street for over 40 years and now has 11 shops including its first charity superstore, the Greenhouse, in East Worthing.

Suzanne Millard, CEO of Guild Care, said: “We really are very excited about launching a new charity superstore and donation centre in Littlehampton. We really hope the local community will support it by shopping there as well as donating items.”

The new charity superstore and donation centre will be an ideal shopping location to pick up some bargains. It will include furniture, new and old, clothes, toys, bric-a-brac and much more. 

Suzanne added: “If you have a spare few hours spare in the day and would be interested in volunteering at the superstore then please do get in touch as we are. You could be sorting and pricing stock or serving customers behind the till, all for a good cause.”

The new Littlehampton storefront

Open seven days a week the donation centre will be also be available for people to drop off any items they would like to donate to Guild Care for recycling in their shops. As well as the donation centre, Guild Care runs a free furniture collection service for larger donation items in the local areas. As long as they are in a reasonable condition and have fire safety labels still attached then Guild Care staff will be happy to take them away free of charge.

If you would like to find out more about the superstore and donation centre, please contact our customer services team on 01903 327327 or email [email protected].