"During the coronavirus pandemic, Fairhaven Shopping Village traded until March 25. I emailed the charity to raise my concerns. The reply I received was patronising and full of excuses. Furthermore, proceeds from Fair Cravin' do not benefit the charity, I recently l discovered. The cafe is low sublet. "
"I do not recommend Fairhaven Shopping Village. Many of the cash registers are unmanned and if you require assistance, good luck finding anybody. The area near the schoolhouse smells like sewage and stock is clearly mislabeled (e.g. marked 'vintage', even if it is new). The entire site is rundown and poorly maintained, with broken toilets, uneven paths and overgrown gardens. Donations are often turned down, due to space restrictions. All of the charity's other stores have closed down."
"I visited Vintage Fair/Fairhaven Shopping Village last month and I was really disappointed. The parking is terrible and the volunteers seem so unhappy. All of the items I liked were marked 'not for sale' and there was an awful smell in the clothing section. I shared my experience on social media and was told the place is a well-known hotspot for workplace bullying. They have trouble retaining volunteers, apparently. I will not be back. "
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