THE team at new Quarry Bank charity shop Bethel Treasures Heaven Scent say they have been delighted to re-open their doors and welcome back customers.

Lye and Wollescote based community church Bethel Chapel first opened the shop in Quarry Bank High Street last October to positive feedback but lockdown called a halt to trading.

It is the first shop to be opened by the church - and all proceeds from the sale of items will go towards the community work of the Bethel Chapel Charity.

The vintage themed shop sells a mixture of pre-owned and new items including clothes, accessories, children’s and household items plus an extensive range of bric-a- brac at affordable prices.

Projects coordinator Val Woodhouse said ‘We are really excited to reopen and plan to be a valuable contributor to the High Street community.

"The Bethel Treasures Heaven Scent team have worked hard to get everything ready; the shop is looking amazing.

"We have generous donors and a high standard of fabulous stock so I am sure shopping here will be a positive and enjoyable experience.’

There's a car park for shoppers at the back of the shop which in future plans to host themed events and ‘personal shopper’ help for regular customers.

For more information on opening times, events or help with donating call 01384 986032 or go to

The shop is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm. 

Stourbridge News:

To help encourage people to spend their money locally as businesses emerge from months of restrictions and closure - we have relaunched our Love Local Business campaign.

This follows our successful campaign, of the same name, which we ran in the News Group last summer and over Christmas.

The aim is to promote the fantastic traders we have in our towns and urge readers to give them their custom at this key time.

As part of the Newsquest publishing group, the Stourbridge News reaches a large percentage of the local population with its print publication, record online audiences and social media.

Businesses wishing to be featured in the campaign can call 01905 742372 or email