Formerly run by HIV charity Crusaid, Boutique is now run by the Terence Higgins Trust. With regular donations of new clothing from high street retailers, plus odd bits of designer clothing, you're bound to find something you love.
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I visited this shop today (10February) based on rave reviews in Time Out and Mary Portas. What a waste of time. There was absolutely nothing in the shop. The few men's jumpers were all riddled with holes. A few tatty shirts, about 2 pairs of ancient jeans, and a room of 2nd hand books at the back. Not a designer label in sight or even a store brand worth buying - there was 1 Gap shirt! And 1...more
The Crusaid Charity Shop is now run by Terrence Higgins Trust. In 2010 Crusaid merged with Terrence Higgins Trust to enable the continuing support of people living with HIV/AIDS in the UK. Terrence Higgins Trust was one of the first charities to be set up in response to the HIV epidemic and has been at the forefront of the fight against HIV, and improving the nation's sexual health, ever...more
Cute little charity shop located in a quiet street just off Warwick way. Friendly staff. Some good items from time to time, thanks to donations from well off locals.
Though the newly opened Chocolate Elephant charity shop near by now provides competition!more
Charity shops are enjoying a little bit of a renaissance at the moment, and I suppose it has a lot to do with everyone's fascination for vintage. This shop in particular, which is a charity supporting HIV and AIDS has been labelled the 'Harvey Nics' of charity shops and it's not hard to see why. Crusaid has an eccentric and eclectic selection of items, like a lion-handelled walking stick and...more