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Charity shops across the South are struggling to cope with too much stock.
In some cases, charities are reporting ten times the normal rate of donations, as a result of the end of lockdown.
Volunteers say the volume and quality is a problem when much of it is unusable.
The Dorset Children's Foundation had to stop taking donations last week and has seen a ten fold increase in stock.
Donations are stored at a warehouse in Bournemouth for 72 hours before being sorted by volunteers.
Clothes that are not of a suitable quality are sent off for recycling.
While the charity does make some money from this process, volunteers say they're annoyed by the amount of rubbish that gets dumped on the doorsteps of their shop.
In Oxford, a huge increase in donations is even a challenge for the Oxfam superstore.
Staff are limiting what they're accepting and when the stock can be dropped off.
Donations are then stored and cleaned, before being put on the racks and on the shelves.
At the Martlets Hospice Charity in Hove, people have been queuing in their cars to drop off donations at the warehouse.
Staff are calling for more volunteers to come forward to help them cope with the increase in stock.
As charity shops reopen, staff are urging members of the public to visit, in order to clear the space for all of the new stock.