The Junktion is set to reopen for one day only next Tuesday for the sole purpose of accepting donations from the wider community.
While the site's retail services likely won't return until the lockdown lifts in NSW, The Junktion has received clearance to operate next Tuesday from 9am to 3pm for waste management purposes.
"We've had a lot of requests from the community wanting to donate goods, so it will be an opportunity for people bring items they'd usually take to The Junktion," Hope Care Bathurst operations and welfare services manager Elliot Redwin said.
"We'll also be accepting items on behalf of the Hope Care Bargain Centre in Russell Street as well."
Mr Redwin said a wide range of items are accepted as donations.
"The list of things we accept include [but aren't limited to] tools, working white goods and electrical appliances, furniture and building supplies," he said.
"We're also accepting unsoiled clothing and boxed bric-a-brac [items of value] for the Bargain Centre."
Mr Redwin said Hope Care's welfare services have been kept busy behind the scenes during the lockdown period.
"Our soup kitchen is doing a 'drive-thru' meal service, and it has been very busy," he said.
"We've also moved to an online ordering system with our community pantry, and are packing a large number of food hampers for distribution across the Central West."
"Although it looks like we're shut, there's still plenty of work happening behind the scenes."
For more information, visit The Junktion and Bargain Centre Facebook page.
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