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Appeal goes out for “helpful landlord” to house Bristol hospice shop stock

Bristol’s only adult hospice care provider, St Peter’s Hospice, has put out an appeal for a “helpful landlord” to finalise their plans to open a large furniture shop in the city.

The charity, which has 50 shops in the Bristol area, is opening a new 5,000 sq ft store in South Bristol in July which will sell furniture and electrical goods. Ahead of that they urgently need several thousand square feet of warehouse space to temporarily hold their stock.

“In order to give the opening the best possible start we really need to ensure the store is well stocked on day one,” says Sian Rees, Business Manager of St Peter’s Hospice. “So we’re looking for a generous landlord with space not currently in use to provide a short-term home for that stock – and play a big part in making the opening a success.

“While we are not able to pay any rent, we can cover their costs, including rates, so they won’t be out of pocket.”

“Anywhere in the Bristol area would be perfect,” adds Steve Cullis, Associate Director of Williams Gunter Hardwick, which handles property acquisitions for St Peter’s Hospice. “It simply needs to be secure and dry.”

Anyone with a property to offer can get in touch with Steve Cullis at

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