Thank you to all our customers and supporters for your patience and understanding while we have been closed. We are pleased that most of our shops have now reopened.
Our shop trading hours will be temporarily shorter as we comply with the new guidelines for safe shops, and may be subject to change. Please see the individual shop web pages for details. We strongly advise calling ahead if you are visiting, in case last minute changes have to be actioned.
Visiting our Shops
In line with new government legislation, we are asking all our customers to please visit our shops wearing a face mask or visor. Thank you for understanding and helping us to keep our shop staff and volunteers – and each other – safe.
We will be working with new systems and procedures and ask that everyone bears with us while we get used to them.
The Treetops Facebook page will be updated weekly as our plan progresses.
We really appreciate how much support we have had with stock donations as we work through our gradual shop opening programme.
Please note: unfortunately we are unable to accept donations at our Long Eaton and Ilkeston shops.
Due to the high volumes we are experiencing, and new restrictions, please note the following if you are thinking of bringing goods to us:
- Check the website for shop opening days and hours
- Call ahead to the shop – they will advise if they can accept your donation and any restrictions. Please note – large quantities cannot be accepted all at once
- Please be ‘ruthless’ with your donations. Please consider quality and bring in stages if you would like to donate large quantities
For furniture donations, please contact our Warehouse on firstname.lastname@example.org for up to date information.
Thank you very much for your understanding and kindness and we look forward to being back to normal (the new normal) in our shops over the coming weeks
While the department exists to raise funds for the hospice, our shops also increase awareness of Treetops among the local community, and over the years have enjoyed tremendous support from the people they serve.
We sell a large range of donated goods across our shops “from three piece suites to eggcups” and clean, good quality donations are very welcome. There is always a high demand for ladies, gents and children’s clothing and donated clothes are greatly appreciated.
Each shop is individual with its own personality; as well as the core offering of clothes, accessories, books, DVDs, household and bric a brac, we also have several specialist shops. There are five furniture stores (Draycott Market Street, Heanor, Ilkeston, Stapleford and Sandiacre), and we have our very own £1 shop in Long Eaton.