Is St Lukes Plymouth taking donations?

We are accepting donations seven days a week at all of our shops!

What services do the BHF provide?


  • Blood tests.
  • Brain scans.
  • Checking your pulse.
  • Chest x-ray.
  • ECG.
  • Echocardiogram.
  • Electrophysiological study.
  • Do charities charge for house clearance?

    We offer both a full house clearance service (chargeable) and a partial house clearance, which is free. Both services are available within approximately a 25-mile radius of our eight furniture shops across the country. We’ll collect most good quality items for free.

    What can I do with unwanted furniture UK?

    Here are our top ideas for reusing unwanted furniture:

    1. Pass your furniture on to friends and family.
    2. Donate your furniture to charity.
    3. Sell your furniture online.
    4. Give away your furniture online.
    5. Take your furniture to a car boot sale.
    6. Give your furniture to a local theatre company.

    Can I give away a sofa without a fire label?

    HOW IS IT IMPORTANT IN A DONATION TO CHARITY? Since 1988, fire labels are legally required for all upholstered furniture such as sofas, armchairs, etc. Usually found sewn under the cushions or around the edges of the items, the label can mostly be found in blue color, so it is difficult not to miss.

    How do I donate to St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth?

    Download our form at home, print it out, fill in your details and bring to your local shop. or fill in the form found in every St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth donation bag and place it at the very top of your filled bag. or take two minutes to register via the till system in any of our shops.

    Do councils do house clearance?

    Some local councils offer house clearance services and can be compassionate to your situation, however in our experience the turn around of council properties after death can mean that you have very little time to clear and clean the council owned property prior to vacating it.

    What happens to house clearance items?

    In any house clearance, furniture, antiques, memorabilia and any other saleable collectibles are removed from the house, valued by a professional auctioneer and sold at auction for the highest possible price.