Charity shop on Saturday

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Audlem Charity Shop is open again

Audlem Charity Shop Stall 10am to 1pm

The weather forecast is set fair for Saturday, so once again, the charity shop volunteers will be holding stalls outside the shop from 10 -- 1pm. We will be displaying some different items from previous weeks including wedding/garden party hats, shoes and bags which may be of interest now restrictions are lifting a little.

There will be a range of cuddly toys, cars , tractors etc for the children as well as books and DVDs all from 20p to very little!

Of course there will be the usual clothes, books, DVDs and CDs, bags, shoes, kitchen items, linen and all sorts of everything.

Please come and have a look, you may just find what you didn't know you wanted! And of course you will be supporting local charities.

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