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Visit the Nespresso Boutique on the second floor and discover the full range of Grand Cru coffees, talk to our coffee specialists, explore the range of stylish machines and accessories, and recycle your used capsules.


Sal’s shoes

There are 300 million barefoot children worldwide.
We’ve partnered with Sal’s Shoes to find new homes for
your old footwear.

Please donate your used, loved (and barely worn)
children’s shoes at the collection point
in the Children’s Shoes department.


John Lewis Shutters

Now available to order in store

Visit our Furnishing Fabrics department to find out more

Lucienne Day silk mosaic

Lucienne Day silk mosaic

Lucienne Day designed her monumental silk mosaics Aspects of the Sun (1990) and Islands (1991) for our coffee shop.

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of the designer, we have recently rehung both mosaics which can be viewed in the furniture department on the Second floor.

At our Heritage Centre (open to the public on Saturdays) at Odney Lane, Cookham (near Maidenhead) we're celebrating a new exhibition for Lucienne and Robin Day who were both design consultants for the Partnership. It features documents, images and a unique collection of Lucienne's original textiles artwork. 






Supporting our communities

Our aims

We're proud of the close links we forge between our Partners and local schools, charities and organisations. And wherever we do business, at home or abroad, we work with communities to make a difference. That's why:

  • Our Community Matters programme in our shops continues to support local charities and community groups.
  • We aim to give at least 1% of pre-tax profits to community initiatives.
  • We will continue to seek out projects that support the John Lewis Foundation at home and abroad.

If you'd like to nominate a good cause for Community Matters please complete the nomination form and take it to the Customer Services department.

The charities we've supported are:

  • Walton Firs Foundation
  • Friends of Kingston Heritage
  • The Fircroft Trust
    John Lewis foundation

    Since the introduction of the law requiring retailers to charge for single-use carrier bags, our charity, the John Lewis Foundation, has been responsible for distributing the proceeds to UK charities. We’ve aimed to choose charities closely aligned with the principles of the Foundation, supporting activities that promote education and inclusion, and enable employment. We’re sharing the past year’s proceeds of over £155,000 between six charities.

    Carrier bag charging

    Giving old sofas a new life

    We'll collect and re-use your old sofa when you purchase a
    new sofa from us

    Find out more