The well-known shop in Shropshire Street will reopen tomorrow, Monday 2nd May, as The Audlem Charity Shop.
Committee members and volunteers of the charity shop, along with representatives of St Luke's Hospice, will meet at the Charity Shop in Shropshire Street tomorrow morning to attend a short ceremony to mark the reopening of the shop and the start of a year raising money for the Hospice.
All are welcome at the event at 10.00 am on Monday morning where there will also be a special sale of jewellery and plants.
The shop will remain independent and continue to raise money for charity, a different charity, or charities, being supported each year. The shop has been refurbished and goods have been accepted over the past month.
The shop closed in February and ceased then to be part of the Cancer Research network of shops.
After the shop's AGM in March, Christine Plume said: "It has become clear to us from the comments made over the enforced closure, just what an important part the shop plays in many individuals' lives and the area in general, not only for fundraising but as a meeting place and recycling point."
We are sure all will welcome the return of the Audlem Charity Shop and wish it and all its volunteers well in their fund-raising efforts this year for St Luke's Hospice.
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