Our charity shops offer a range of preloved and some new items. We have a wonderful collection of donated goods, ranging from clothes, to household goods to furniture and more. Our expanding new services include a selection of jams and chutneys, a dry cleaning service, greetings cards and access to our coach tours and holidays! We also offer a house clearance, collection and delivery service.
Call us on 01202 896860 or 01202 207300 for further details or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are always looking for good quality used or surplus items to stock in our shops. Electrical products are accepted for PAT testing.
If you have some free time, why not come in and volunteer for a few hours with us in one of our shops? You'll be in good company - our shops volunteers are an award winning team and were recognised in the 2016 Dorset Volunteering Awards! Volunteering will help you learn new skills, meet new people and you will be helping us to raise valuable funds that go directly towards Prama's work, supporting Dorset's older people, people with dementia and carers. Call 01202 207300 or pop into one of our shops in West Moors, Kinson, Tuckton, Parkstone, Ashley Cross, Ringwood or Ferndown for a chat.
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Penny's Coffee Shop
Following the take on of the Barrington, Prama recognised how important the Coffee Shop was to the local community. However, it had not been painted for many years and was getting quite tired. After carrying out user surveys, public consultation a new look was agreed upon as well as the rebranding to Penny's, the name that the coffee shop had for many years before being called Raffles.
This work has now been completed and the coffee shop was reopened by the Mayor of Ferndown. We are proud of the changes we have made and have employed a new Hospitality and Catering Manager at the Barrington to take Penny's forward. In the coming months we expect to see a few more small changes and the introduction of a new menu.
If you're passing the Barrington, why not drop in for a coffee.