Plea to support hospice charity shop in Clitheroe as it reopens after lockdown
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And officials are encouraging shoppers to take a look and support the shop as funds continue to care for patients and their families.
The shop, on Moor Lane, remained closed until a few weeks ago due to safety measures that needed to be put into place to ensure the safe taking and storing of donations, re-arrangement of stock and fittings and volunteer hours to cover the opening times.
This has seen the charity lose thousands of pounds in sales over recent months and with shop and warehouse sales being one of the main sources of income generation that helps to
provide essential funds to care for patients who need the hospice services along with the cancellation of all events, there were sighs of relief as the customers once again walked over
Retail Sales Lead, Dawn Neary, said, “The safety of our staff, volunteers and customers has always been at the forefront of everything we do so taking this into consideration we have worked behind the scenes to ensure we have the donations and stock for the season we are now in to be able to offer our customers good quality clothing and items at a fraction of the
"In our Clitheroe shop, we even have a bridal section that includes stunning wedding gowns, mother of the bride outfits, shoes and hats. We also sell new jewellery and scarves."
She added: "Every purchase you make at any of our shops, that also includes Bridge Street, Darwen and our furniture warehouse on Brunswick Street in Blackburn, helps us to raise the money we need and there has never been a more important time than now.”
The hospice has adapted its services to ensure patients and families are still cared for and supported throughout. If you would like more information about the hospice shops, please visit the website at www.eastlancshospice.org.uk