Each time you wear it, you will remember how you plucked it from obscurity…
Temporary Shop Closure: January 2021
The Blue Door Charity Shop is currently closed due to current government COVID restrictions. We will re-open as soon as possible for customers and donations. Meantime, you can view our Reserve & Collect items for some online charity shopping! Follow us on Facebook or check back here for the most current updates.
We wish to take this opportunity to thank all our customers and donors for their ongoing support throughout 2020. We wish you a lovely Christmas and look forward to seeing you in 2021!
Welcome to The Blue Door
The Blue Door Charity Shop is a fundraising project of CWT. Located on North Deeside Road, Bieldside, Aberdeen, the shop carries an extensive stock of donated items attracting a wide range of local customers.
Due to support from generous donors, regular customers and wonderful volunteers, the shop consistently raises significant funds for CWT each year.
Support Camphill Wellbeing Trust by donating unwanted goods and volunteering at the charity shop.
Goods we accept
Items can be dropped at the charity shop
Wednesday – Friday, 10am – 1pm [reduced hours during Covid]
- textiles & linen (clothes, bags, belts, shoes)
- DVDs / CDs / computer games
Goods we can recycle
We are also able to recycle the following items:
- broken jewellery
- old / foreign currency
- mobile phones
- textiles (clothes, bags, belts, shoes)
- old books
Goods we cannot accept
Please note that we are not able to accept the following goods:
- electrical items
- video tapes
- health / safety items e.g. child car seats, bike helmets etc
Support CWT and the Blue Door by volunteering a few hours of your time. To find out more, visit our Volunteer page
The Blue Door Charity Shop, 57-59 North Deeside Road,
Bieldside, Aberdeen, AB15 9DB
} Open: Wednesday – Friday: 10am – 4pm [limited hours during Covid]
10am – 1pm: Open to receive donations
1pm – 4pm: Open to all customers
Our loyal group of volunteers are vital to the smooth running of our charity shop.
“Our volunteers work hard to ensure that prices are reasonable and the quality is good. Keen prices mean that we turn stock around quickly, which means we are always on the lookout for more.“
– Pamela McBain, Charity Shop Manager