The Cherry Lodge Shop is closed until further notice
Our shop in Church Passage, Barnet must very sadly remain closed until further notice due to the strict government regulations brought in before Christmas to fight the spread of the coronavirus and help the NHS cope with the pandemic. Our staff and volunteers look forward to welcoming customers again as soon as circumstances permit.
Our Shop in Barnet
By donating or buying items, or by volunteering to work in our shop in Church Passage, Barnet you can help us continue to provide our much needed range of services free of charge to people affected by cancer.
Revised times: Monday to Saturday:
Open for donations (please phone first): 9am to 10am
Open for shopping: 9am to 4pm
Manager: Susan Brady
Assistant Manager: Annys Douglas
Shop Assistant: Sheila Mundy
Location: The shop is in the passage that links Wood Street to Barnet High Street, alongside Barnet Church Garden.
Parking: The nearest public car park is at the Spires Shopping Centre (reasonable charges). On-street parking is possible in the High Street (maximum 1 hour) free for Blue Badge holders, or on payment at a Pay & Display machine or by mobile phone.
Urgently needed goods: We accept and sell a wide range of goods. Please phone first before bringing us donations to check that we have room for them. Also, to prevent further thefts, please do not leave donations outside the shop when it is closed.
We are not able to take:
- furniture, bulky items or house clearances
- electrical goods
- underwear (including socks)
The Cherry Lodge van: Our van is currently not available to collect or deliver items as it is needed for quarantining donated goods.
By asking our donors to register for Gift Aid, we can claim an additional 25p in the £1 on all items sold in the shop.
If you agree, and are a UK taxpayer, you will be given a donor card, bearing your name and a number, to present at the shop each time you make a donation. At the end of the year, you will receive notification of the amount of money your goods have raised.
Over the year, this extra money from Gift Aid really makes a difference to our shop takings.