Maidstone Distribution Centre

Demelza's retail hub and donation centre

Maidstone Distribution centre and van

About Demelza Maidstone Distribution Centre

Tucked in at the Sandling Road car park, our Distribution Centre is the main hub for all of our shops, retail offices and Online shops. If you have any queries about our shops, please contact your local store directly. 

This is not a retail outlet, however items can be donated here during specified hours. This is also a collection point for online ordered goods. 

A free furniture collection service is available; if you'd like to find out more please call 01795 503110, email at furniture@demelza.org.uk or visit the Donating Goods page.

Contact Information

Warehouse 2, 98 Sandling Road,

Maidstone, ME14 2RJ
(Adjacent to Maidstone Outlet)

01795 503110

trading@demelza.org.uk

Opening times

Mon- Fri: 10am-2pm

Sat: 10am - 1pm

Parking

Donations can be dropped at the loading bay entrance, however Customers wishing to also visit the Outlet will need to park in the designated area.

Donating Goods

Ensure you can drop off your preloved donations to us!

For furniture queries, you can email us at furniture@demelza.org.uk

What you can donate

• Clean, quality clothing
• Shoes, boots, accessories and jewellery
• Designer and vintage brands
• Soft furnishings and linen
• Books, records, CDs and DVDs
• Consoles, tech and gaming
• Complete toys and puzzles
• Homeware, collectables and ornaments
• Electrical appliances
• Wedding dresses and accessories

Please note that upholstered furniture must have a Fire Safety label attached, and be in good, safe condition. 

What you can't donate

• Upholstered furniture without fire labels
• Torn or damaged furniture items
• Coathangers
• Children/baby hygiene and feeding equipment
• Safety equipment: Helmets, car seats, etc
• CRT TVs, or those without remotes
• Toasters, gas cookers and electric showers
• Broken toys and toys without a CE label/mark
• Hair brushes and accessories
• Duvets, pillows and sleeping bags
• Fur, ivory and taxidermy