June 2020
Charity Shop refurb


Our charity Shop is having a make over!

No easy task with a shop full to the brim with donations from our wonderful supporters.  

However, this did not deter our fantastic volunteers who shifted the mountain of goods from room to room to pavement and back again so our builder could do his magic.

We hope to open the shop with reduced hours within the next few weeks.  All donations will need to be quarantined for 72 hours which will make it very difficult if everybody donated at the same time. It would be great if people would call us before dropping off goods as we can  tell them if we have space at that time or if they need  to hold on to the items for a day or two.

Donations until further notice will be Wednesdays and Fridays only.

Please only drop off donations when we are open.

We thank you all for your continuing support.

Nov 5th 2020
Our centre is open

We are delighted to report that Peaceful Place is recognised as an essential service and our activities centre will remain open during lockdown. 

As you can see from our blogs we have great fun whilst learning new skills and developing talents.

We have created a safe environment with social distancing, masks/shields and hand washing and sanitising. We are determined to keep our community together and safe.


If you have been diagnosed with early stage dementia and would like to be involved in a fun filled active space then contact Charlotte Curran ceo@peacefulplace.co.uk




November 5th  2020

Our Charity Shop is closed 

We are sorry to report that our hugely successful charity shop on North Avenue, Southend-on-sea is CLOSED until the 2nd Dec 2020.

We would like to thank our volunteers for an excellent job in getting the shop open after the last lockdown. 

Please continue to support us by not leaving donations ouside of the shop. We cannot acceopt donations during lockdown. If you can please hold on to your items we will be very pleased to receive them when we reopen.

We wish you all good health through this second lockdown and hope to see you in December