MARY Stevens Hospice has re-opened six of its charity shops which have been closed due to the coronavirus crisis.

The charity's shops in Blackheath, Cradley, Kinver, Wombourne, Wordsley and Wollaston are the latest to re-open.

Shops in Cradley Heath, Dudley, Sedgley, Bridgnorth and the charity's flagship store in Stourbridge High Street which includes a book and coffee shop had already re-opened along with the Brierley Hill furniture depot and Cradley distribution centre.

For opening hours and full details of the charity's that are currently open go to

The charity's outlets in Hagley, Kingswinford, Lawnswood, Lower Gornal and Victoria Passage in Stourbridge remain closed.