"Just been to the Princes Rd Salvation Army shop and would sadly have to agree with lucienne. Prices have rocketed: shoes on average are £25, same for dresses. They do get some interesting West End costumes in but these are mostly overpriced. I'm an actress and I know how nasty and sweaty costumes get after a long run. I found a lush satin and lace dress but armpits nasty and crusty. And it was priced at £45! Worth looking, but cautiously. Also, staff are very rude. The lady in front of me was told off for not asking before using the fitting room and ordered out of it to use the mirror instead as she only had a coat and a cardigan! The staff member then told me to be quick as it was their 'busy time'. For 'busy', read 'no one else waiting for fitting room', probably because the mean staff scared them away. I took in 3 items inc a 3 piece suit that if I'd bought them all would have come to nearly £100. I didn't buy anything, thanks in part to the staff's attitude. If the staff don't start valuing their customers and appreciating that people might - gasp- want to try things on without being harrassed, then they'll soon be out of business. Which would be a shame for the charity."