New EACH shop coming to Clacton-on-Sea

New EACH shop coming to Clacton-on-Sea

Mar 07, 2018

EACH is excited to announce a new addition to its retail portfolio in Essex.

We have acquired a shop in Clacton-on-Sea, at 48 North Road, to open on Thursday, 5 April.

It will offer a range of high-quality goods, feature a kids’ zone and boast a larger furniture floor than any other EACH shop across the region. As a result, the outlet will also have its own dedicated furniture collection van.

Sarah Throssell, EACH Shop Acquisition Manager, said: “We’re delighted plans are now well under way to extend our retail offering to Clacton. The signs are going up on the new premises this week and we hope lots of people will get behind what is a landmark shop for us, as our 31st in East Anglia.

EACH has one other shop in Essex, in Halstead, and is always on the lookout for good-quality donations and volunteers.

Furniture collections, free within a 20-mile radius of Clacton, can be arranged from Monday, 12 March by visiting www.each.org.uk/free or calling 01233 800 800 and choosing option six.

These can be dropped off at the new shop from Monday, 19 March. 

In the past financial year EACH shops generated an impressive profit of more than £900,000.

Anyone interested in more information on volunteering at the new shop can email volunteerservices@each.org.uk or call Sarah on 07540 335680.



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