"Whatever you did for the least of these you did for me"

Matthew 25:45

Brodie Hall, Seaside, Eastbourne BN22 7NN

©2018 by Matthew25Mission. Registered Charity in England & Wales : 1163389
Registered Company in England & Wales : 09649569

The Matthew 25 Mission Charity Shop

New shop phone number

You can now call The Matthew 25 Mission Charity Shop direct:

 

01323 730666

 

Of course, you are still more than welcome to pay us a visit too! You'll find us at 198 Seaside, Eastbourne, BN22 7QR. We are open between 10.00am-3.00pm every Monday to Friday, with a great selection of clothes, household goods, knick-knacks, books, toys, jig-saws, etc.

 

Prices are VERY low, and all moneys raised go directly across the street (Brodie Hall: Drop-in Centre) towards our work amongst many of Eastbourne's most vulnerable and needy people. 

Our charity shop is  rammed with all your donations for us to sell. CALL: 01323 730666 Direct.

A Big thanks for all your donations of Bits 'n' Pieces for the shop. 

The shop is easy to find just opposite the Matthew 25 Hall on Seaside Road.

M25M Charity shop open again Dec 2018

The Matthew 25 Mission charity shop has undergone a restoration having been closed for quite a few months for building repairs.

After being closed for a long 22 months(!) the 'new look' Matthew 25 Mission Charity Shop is now in full swing!  In fact such a wonderful variety and quantity of goods have been donated for sale over the Christmas/New Year period, there's no room for any more at present! 

Clothing, bedding, household goods, toys, knick knacks, and books. Christmas goods, stocking fillers, jig-saws, collectors' items, and so much more!  Do come and see us, and have a browse! All the money raised goes directly across the street to support our work amongst many of the most vulnerable and needy people, in Eastbourne.

Early visitors to the newly-opened shop have included Eastbourne MP, Stephen Lloyd; and Alec Stephens, Chairman of Eastbourne Lions, who kindly funded our wonderful new laminate flooring. He was accompanied by his wife Betty and Lynne Flannagan, Lions' Community Service Chair.