192 Kenton Road
Tel: 020 8909 9624
During opening hours donations can be brought to the front or the side of the shop – on the corner of Willowcourt Avenue.
Collections of furniture can be arranged by phone Monday to Friday between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm on 020 8909 2311. Collections can also be arranged using their online form.
|Monday – Friday||9.30am – 5pm|
|Saturday||9.30am – 5pm|
A wide range of furniture is available at their Kenton shop. The popularity of this shop means that the display changes daily, offering a constant stream of different styles and designs. Small items of furniture are also available for sale at their North Harrow Shop.
Electrical Items Shop
433-435 High Road
Tel: 0208 863 3873
Donations can be brought to the front of the shop or to the rear via the service road during opening hours. Collections of electrical items can be arranged by phone 020 8909 2311 on Monday to Friday between 9.00 am and 5.00 pm.
The shop is dedicated to the sale of electrical items such as televisions, audio, kitchen appliances, beauty, vacuums and lighting. Donations of white goods such as washing machines, fridges and dishwashers cannot be accepted.
Mon – Sat 09.30am until 5.00pm
All the items on sale are checked for safety by our qualified staff and come with a one month guarantee. There is also a wide selection of vinyl records and a chance to hear before you buy. All categories are offered for sale and this section is very popular with collectors and music enthusiasts.
About St Luke’s
The charity St Luke’s Hospice was first established in 1987 (charity number 298555) in 2007. St Luke’s is the local hospice for Harrow and Brent. They care for people whose illnesses are no longer curable, enabling them to achieve the best possible quality of life during the final stages of their illness. They care for patients through our in-patient unit, out-patient clinics, and day care unit, as well as in their own homes through our community and home care teams.
All of their services are provided free of charge, so St Luke’s Hospice relies on the generosity of the community for over 75% of our funding and their work can only continue with the support of the people, companies and organisations that give their time and money to fundraise on their behalf.