Cossor’s Shop

Cossor’s Shop Opening Hours 2021.

Shop Opening HoursCustomers
Mon: 10am – 1pm
Tue: 10am – 1pm
Wed: 10am – 4pm
Thur: 10am – 1pm
Fri: 10am – 3pm
Shop Opening HoursDonations
Mon: 2 – 3:30pm
Fri: 3 – 4pm
Sat: 12 – 1pm
Store Opening Hours
Sat: 10am – 12pm
Updated 17 April 2021

The bookshop is currently closed

The shop is located in North Street Pewsey

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Why do we have a shop?

The costs of running Carnival has rocketed over the last few years and without the revenue from the shop over the past 10 years, Carnival would struggle to run in its present form.

Donations? (please note above, separate hours for donations)

We rely on the kind donations from the public. We take good quality, general bric a brac and furniture *. We are not able to accept textiles, upholstered items, clothes, shoes, baby items, mobility aids, broken items, books If you wish to donate furniture, we would ask you not to deliver it to the shop, but to call to arrange for us to collect or deliver to the store on Saturday morning.

*Please note: upholstered items must have fire regulation certificate attached.


We are no longer able to take upholstery items, mattresses, divan beds, white goods or baby items ie cots

Furniture can be viewed at our Carnival and Community Store on The Salisbury Road Business Park. The store will be open for viewing on Saturday mornings from 10am until midday.

Cossor’s Book Shop

Did you know Cossor’s now has its own book shop? The book shop is situated behind the bus stop next to the Fire Station. It has a wide selection of books at very affordable prices.

The book shop is currently closed due to social distancing rules.

History of Cossor’s Shop

That’s a funny name? Cossor was the nickname of Clifford Goldsworthy who was a Carnival stalwart, organising Cossor’s Sale, (formerly the Butcher’s Sale) from 1948 to 1998. Cossor was also Carnival President in the 1990s.

In 2005-2006 Roger Pope decided to open a second hand shop to raise much needed funds for Carnival. Since then the shop has provided Carnival with funds to purchase our Carnival Store, support the running costs of Carnival as well as allowing us to donate to other local good causes.