“Beacon of affordability”: Excitement as North End welcomes Revitalise outlet store following its grand opening

May 16, 2024
Image of the newly opened discount outlet store for Revitalise charity. The image shows neatly displayed clothes and other items.

Revitalise has opened its doors in North End, Portsmouth today, making it the charity’s first discount outlet store. From clothing to accessories to household items and furniture, customers can expect to find a wide range of quality items at unbeatable prices.


Andrew Pallister, Head of Retail at Revitalise said,

“This is our first outlet store, a beacon of affordability. At a flat rate of just £2 per item, we’re making high-quality clothing accessible to all, countering the challenges of recent price increases. Not only are we thrilled to offer this economic option, but our initiative also aligns with our commitment to environmental responsibility by reducing waste and fostering eco-responsibility.”


Living with a disability can be relentless and tiring. Accessibility, cost, and stigma are major barriers for disabled people trying to find much needed breaks. Moreover, the opportunity to take a break, even for a brief period, can significantly alleviate the stress and burnout experienced by carers. Revitalise often serves as a lifeline for maintaining relationships, pursuing personal interests and preventing social isolation for both disabled people and their carers.

Revitalise colleagues eagerly waiting for shoppers to arrive for the outlet opening.

Revitalise extends its sincere gratitude to the Portsmouth community for its continued support and welcomes everyone to pop in and say hello to our team. Together, we can make a lasting impact and bring positive change to the lives of those who need it most.