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The Hospice Shop
9 Arbory Street, Castletown. Tel: 01624 827080

The Hospice Shop in Arbory Road, CastletownThe newly refurbished Hospice shop opened 24th January 2003.
You can read a report of the opening

Castletown’s Hospice Shop – 9 Arbory Street – is one of six plus a furniture sales warehouse, run by Hospice Care to raise money for patient care at St. Bridget’s Hospice and in the community through our Macmillan nurses and “Hospice at Home.”

All Hospice Shops sell a wide range of quality donated goods – clothes, books, glass and china, gifts, bric-a-brac, plus much more – and are staffed by a team of Volunteers six days a week.

Opening hours are: Monday to Saturday 10.00 am – 4.00 pm. If you have something you no longer need and think the Hospice Shop could sell it, telephone 01624 692 918.

If you have a piece of furniture you think Hospice could sell telephone the Shops office in Douglas: 01624 692 929


9 Arbory Street, Castletown. Tel: 01624 827080

76 Bucks Road, Douglas. Tel: 01624 679905

2a Main Road, Onchan. Tel: 01624 679904

83 Parliament Street, Ramsey. Tel: 01624 818001

7b Michael Street, Peel. Tel: 01624 844390

Orchard Way, Port Erin Tel: 01624 835575

Allen Street, Douglas (Furniture only) Tel: 01624 613004

Hospice Shop Volunteers serving a customerThe patient care services from Hospice have grown and grown over the years and now involve a wide range other than inpatient care and care in the community. The Day Care Hospice in St. Bridget’s is an ever popular feature, enjoyed by patients who are brought in from their homes and enjoy the company and companionship of other patients, plus a manicure and hairdo for the ladies plus a carefully prepared lunch and a variety of enjoyable activities.

Many of the Day Hospice patients use their time at St. Bridget’s on Tuesdays and Thursdays to make a variety of articles – toys, gifts, and much more – for sale in our shops. This contribution to Hospice Care running costs is not only appreciated but humbling.

Annual expenses rise at a frightening annual rate so support from the Isle of Man community through our shops is most important – both buying from us and giving. Please continue you support – we need you help to pay for patient care.

Visit the Hospice Website