HVDV New Beginnings Shop
HVDV New Beginnings Charity shop
Monday 10 am - 4 pm
Wednesday 10 am - 4 pm
Friday 10 am - 4 pm
Due to being voluntary based Saturday hours may change
at this time we are open
Every 1st & 3rd Saturday of the Month 10 am - 4pm
Telephone (01249) 812999
November and December 2023
Saturday opening hours.
November Saturday opening hours are
Saturday 18th November
Saturday 25th November Calne Christmas light switch on
shop hours 10am -5pm
outside tombola until 6pm
December Saturday Opening Hours
Saturday 2nd December 11am-5pm
Saturday 16th December 10am-5pm
Donation can only be taken in between 10am -2pm on days the shop is open .
This is due to limited volunteer after this time. Thank you for your kind donation.
Don’t throw away your unwanted clothes if you’re able to drop off at the HVDV New Beginning shop in Calne .
we would love to take them.
If you can't make it to Calne we may be able to get collected by one of our volunteers if they are in your area.
Thank you for taking the time to help us by giving clothes to give to individuals and families after fleeing domestic abuse and also allowing us to use clothes to raise funds to help these individuals and families with resettlement, Education, day trips out and special gifts for children who have fled domestic abuse and making a difference in your local community.
Thank you for your kind donations
For more information please contact us by
Telephone 01249 812999 to the HVDV New Beginnings shop in Calne Wiltshire
By Email email@example.com
You may be asked to sort donations, price goods, work on the till, and create window displays.
If you have experience in other areas, tell the shop manager as it can often be put to use.
Volunteers get to make new friends, become part of a team and learn new skills while raising money for charity.
Being a volunteer need not interfere with your other commitments.
Many shops ask for a regular commitment of a set number of hours per week that can work around your schedule.
I’m on benefits – can I volunteer?
On Incapacity Benefit? You can volunteer without payment being affected.
If you claim Job Seeker’s Allowance you should not be affected if you are still ‘actively seeking and available for work’.
Whichever benefit you receive, inform your benefits agency if doing voluntary work.
Under the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006, charity shops have a legal duty to protect children and vulnerable adults.
These include individuals who are on the children’s and/or adults barred list working with these vulnerable groups.
When staff and volunteers undertake Regulated Activities, they are subject to a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check.
DBS is just one of several measures that charity shops use to protect their staff and volunteers within their work places.
We expect our members to take any allegations of harmful behaviour seriously and take appropriate action.
Want to give it a go at HVDV New Beginnings charity Shop?
Please Email Elizabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org or pop into the HVDV New Beginnings shop in Calne for an Application form.