ReStore Lancaster

Shop sustainably in the heart of Alexandra Square

ReStore Lancaster shop

ReStore Lancaster - Alexandra Square (next to Costa Coffee)

Opening hours: Monday - Friday 11am-5pm

ReStore Lancaster is a sustainability store partnership between ܽƵ and St John’s Hospice. The shop is a combination of a charity shop with donated items for sale, alongside selling affordable and eco-friendly products to the campus community. The shop sells a variety of items, such as clothing, homewares, cycling equipment, eco-friendly toiletries, and more. The shop also provides a year-round space for the Don’t Ditch It project, where household items are donated at the end of each year, before being upcycled and resold to new students.

ReStore Lancaster will donate a percentage of its profits to both St John’s Hospice. The shop also hosts events and workshops to raise awareness and educate people about sustainability and ethical consumption.

Our partners

ReStore Lancaster is a collaboration between ܽƵ, Green Lancaster and St John's Hospice.

St John's Hospice

We are working with local charity, St John's Hospice to bring pre-loved clothing and accessories to ReStore. Your donated goods and the items you buy from ReStore will bring much-needed income to directly fund the many hospice services provided - whilst supporting sustainable and environmentally friendly shopping.

Bike accessories

If you're travelling to and from campus by bike, or thinking about cycling as a healthy alternative to other travel modes, ReStore sells a small selection of cycling accessories such as equipment, locks and puncture repair kits.

University merchandise

ReStore is the official supplier of all the sustainable university merchandise on campus. Items include reusable water bottles and coffee cups, sustainable clothing and recyclable stationery.

Don't Ditch It

ReStore provides a place year-round for any household items donated through the Don't Ditch It project. Upcycled students' unwanted household goods helps to reduce waste and items going to landfill, whilst providing low-cost items to buy for incoming students.