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Wootton

About our Wootton shop

Wootton has a strong community customer base, with a warm and friendly team of volunteers who will help in any way to ensure you find just the right thing for you.  We sell a varied range of clothing, with interesting period pieces and up to date bric-a-brac....you'll never know what you will find.  Our ever changing window displays will draw you in whether you are a local or passer-by, so why not pop in and say hello.

 

 

 

Opening hours

9:30am - 4:30pm  Monday to Saturday
   

Meet the team

Hi I'm Alison and I started my retail journey as a volunteer in Newport.  I enjoyed working with other volunteers and became interested in the different aspects of retail.  I then became a Relief Manager, working in all the different stores on the Island.  This was followed by the opportunity to have a store of my own here in Wootton.  Fun Fact - My student younger daughter is a great fan of charity shops and introduced me to the buying side of charity stores, as opposed to just the donating that I used to do....look where that got me and what an adventure it has been.

Hi I'm Judith and this isn't the first hospice shop I have worked in.  When my children left school, I worked in the Newport shop but now living in Wootton I've rejoined the ranks again in this lovely community store to work along side Alison.  I enjoy fundraising, making friends, fashion and having fun whilst at work. Fun Fact - I can honestly say my marriage has lasted so long by finding wonderful bargains at hospice shops and saving my husband a fortune! 

"They look after you and they're so caring. I'm not frightened of dying."

 

Chrissie Fenton, patient