Our shop on Watling Street in Radlett has re-opened following its refurbishment to become our fourth Reloved Boutique. We were so pleased to welcome Stuart Nagler, Deputy-Lieutenant of Hertfordshire, and Vice Patron of Rennie Grove Peace Hospice Care, to cut the ribbon and officially re-open the shop.
As a Rennie Grove Peace Reloved Boutique, the popular charity shop will be a go to destination for second-hand designer labels and high-end fashion for women, men and children.
The shop closed on 3rd November and opened on 1st December , just in time for the busy festive party season. The refurbishment included updating shop fixtures and fittings to create a modern, welcoming space for discerning shoppers looking to shop sustainably for high end second-hand goods.
Deborah Gould, Director of Retail & Trading at Rennie Grove Peace, explains:
“Our Radlett shop has been much loved and well supported by the local community for many years. We’re delighted to be bringing a new shopping concept to the area by refurbishing the shop to become a Reloved Boutique.
“Shoppers are increasingly choosing to buy second-hand clothing to reduce the environmental impact of their wardrobe. We believe that this shouldn’t be restricted to everyday items and our Reloved Boutiques were established out of a passion for bringing second-hand exquisite designer pieces and occasional outfits to the High St.
“We’re delighted to have opened this branch, just in time for the festive party season. We look forward to welcoming back our loyal volunteers and inviting customers in to shop for party wear, special pieces and gifts this year.”
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