Delight for bargain hunters with the opening of a new store in Accrington Arndale Center


Bargain hunters lined up from 8am as Heritage Charity Shop opened its third outlet in Accrington at the Arndale Centre.

The store launched on Easter Saturday and will sell a wide range of clothing and accessories for women, men and children. Plus, there will be a selection of toys, books, DVDs, jewelry, watches, bric-a-brac and shoes. All children’s clothing, new and used, will be 50p. A 50p rail for adult clothing will be offered at all three stores.

In a post on its Facebook page, the store said it was excited to open another store in the city center, adding, “Please call and take a look. Our staff will greet you with a smile and a warm welcome and goodbye, whether you buy something or not.

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“As always, good quality donations will always be warmly welcomed and can be dropped off at any store in Abbey Street, Whalley Road or the Arndale Centre.”

Store manager Tony Yates told Lancs Live: ‘It was a relatively low-key opening, although there were people queuing at the Arndale Center from 8am, an hour before the store opening, to grab a good deal early.

Heritage Charity Shop has opened its third outlet in Accrington at the Arndale Centre.

“The store was extremely busy throughout the day with people filling their baskets with treats for the whole family. The atmosphere was great all day with customers who seemed to enjoy their shopping experience with us which was nice to see that many were young people and many of them had traveled from Accrington.”

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