Our charity shops get ready for winter

Wrapping up warm in winter

Time to wrap up!

Winter is most definitely in the post (brr!) so the Age Scotland charity shops are stocking up on a variety of seasonal goods for the approaching cold season.

The shops are now selling the “Winter Warmers Range”, which includes hats, scarves, gloves, and thermal wear for ladies, gents and kids to get us all through the chilly season. Thermal undies are one of the best inventions since sliced bread – we recommend everyone get some sorted out for the winter season!

Of course, Christmas is part and parcel of winter, so the shops also have a selection of branded Christmas cards on sale, as well as some great gift ideas. Charity shopping is an ideal way to get your Christmas presents sorted without breaking the bank, and it’s a great way to support the charity at the same time.

In the run up to Christmas, the shops will also be hosting Christmas Shopping Events adding to the festive atmosphere, with all kinds of stuff, party wear, toys, gift sets and jewellery; something is sure to catch your eye.

As dates are confirmed we will add them to this post.

Bathgate shop

Jason, Age Scotland's retail manager, outside the Bathgate shop

The full list of shop locations can be found on the Age Scotland website so round up your friends and family for winter warmers and Christmas cheer.

The Age Scotland charity shops are a vital source of funds for the charity, and last year alone they raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for older people in Scotland. These funds go directly to our charitable activities, and with your help and custom we can raise even more funds for the older people of Scotland.

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