The Emmaus Leeds Secondhand Superstore has now reopened with new COVID-safety measures in place. For the latest update please visit our News section.


Visit the largest Emmaus Leeds charity store and discover a wide range of great value items. We stock second hand furniture, refurbished white-goods and preloved clothes as well as bargain household items, books, vinyl, CDs, DVDs and bric-a-brac.

Our Leeds Secondhand Superstore is only five minute’s walk from Leeds bus station, close to West Yorkshire Playhouse. We have a customer car-park, on-site toilets, drinks and refreshments in The Snug, and offer a delivery service for larger items you may purchase from the shop.

All the money generated at the Emmaus Leeds Secondhand Superstore is used to support our community of 26 formerly homeless people. Visit us today or donate items to the Emmaus Leeds social enterprise.


COVID-19 safety measures

To ensure the safety of our team and all visitors, we have carried out a risk assessment for reopening and put in place measures to minimise the risk of virus transmission.

To ensure that physical distancing rules are maintained, our team will be monitoring the number of people within our superstore. We are limiting the amount of people in store at any one time so you may be required to queue prior to entry. We are also limiting entry to a maximum of two people from the same household plus one child. If you are visiting as a family, please stick together and ensure that your child stays close at all times.

Everyone is required to sanitise their hands on entry at our new sanitiser stations. Please handle items as infrequently as possibly, especially those you do not intend to buy. Stick to the directional arrows around the store and ensure that you maintain at least a 2 metre distance from others at all times. When purchasing items, please pay by card and use contactless payments where possible. Delivery service will be available for larger items but some new controls will apply.


Please note that St Mary’s Street is currently partially closed due to road works on the A64. Although you can still reach us on foot via Mabgate and the town centre, those in cars will have to approach us via Burmantofts Street and Rider Street.

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