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‘Stunning’ Birmingham charity shop that’s ‘like Urban Outfitters’ named best in Britain

‘Stunning’ Birmingham charity shop that’s ‘like Urban Outfitters’ named best in Britain

It’s been less than a year since Birmingham Hospice launched Reloved Revolution, a new charity shop concept in Harborne. At the time, we described it as the best we’d ever been to and now the shop has gained national recognition, being named Charity Shop of the Year at the Charity Retail Awards ceremony.

Members of the Reloved Revolution team travelled to the awards ceremony in Harrogate to receive the award, which was given for “increased sales and usage of their store”. As well as being a curated boutique of affordable clothing, homewares and more, the store has its own cafe, as well as regular DJs and community events.




Situated on Harborne High Street, Reloved is a two-storey space with a large seating area for its café patrons, as well as nooks and crannies for browsing books and records. The menswear store is located on the second floor, stocking a range of well-priced brands.

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Downstairs, there are curated rails sorted by color schemes, themes and types, and the staff works hard to ensure all the rails are clean and tidy so you can find your size quickly. Accessories and mannequins are stylishly displayed among the racks.

The homeware section is organized to give off a vintage-store vibe, with inexpensive furniture styled to look inspiring. And there are shelves to browse through, too, for trinket hunters who love to sort through knickknacks.