High Road Beeston
You can pay most of your bills through Pay point and Pay zone utility , water, T.V. License, electricity, gas, mail order, council tax (all free of charge).
All networks are topped up – international phone cards are sold here, lottery, scratch cards, pool coupons all played here. We sell cigarettes, tobacco, cold drinks, sweets, ice cream, batteries etc.
Mon – Sat: 6:45am- 6pm
Sun: 8am – 1pm
Located within WH Smith, 25 High Road, Beeston, Nottinghamshire, NG9 2JQ
Opening Times : Sunday – Wednesday 9am – 11pm Thursday- Saturday 9am – 12am
Named after formidable Victorian bare-knuckle boxer and local hero William “Bendigo” Thompson, Bendigo Lounge sure packs a punch (groan). We’re on High Road, right in the heart of Beeston, with a sprinkling of outdoor seating and lovely full width windows across the front that open right up. Behind our handsome bottle green and orange exterior is a warm, welcoming space where we serve a fantastic range of food and drinks (including full kids, gluten free and vegan menus), overlooked by some suitably dotty decor, including an impressive mural of our pugilistic friend. Knockout! Sorry, couldn’t resist.
We now have over 700 high street shops throughout the UK, where you’ll find quality books, CDs, DVDs, clothes, accessories and much more.
Your local high street shop is run by a team paid staff and dedicated volunteers. If you could donate some time and volunteer to help in your local store we would love to hear from you.
Mon-Sat: 7:30 – 18:00
Sunday & Bank Holidays – 8:30 – 17:30
What items can I donate:
Men’s, women’s and children’s clothing. Accessories including shoes, belts, handbags and jewellery. Quality homeware – anything from cushions to crockery and Linens. Books, CDs and DVDs. Mobile phones and used printer cartridges. Electricals (but please check with your local shop before you donate these)
What not to donate:
White goods such as fridges and washing machines or damaged or broken goods.
Please contact your local council if you wish to dispose of these.
How to Volunteer in the Shop:
Call the number on this page to find out which roles your local shop has available. As a shop volunteer you are the visible face of the charity and make a big difference to how the public sees us and the work we do. You will help make our shops a success on the high street, meet new people and get retail experience.