Volunteers needed at a new charity shop in Wisbech
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A charity shop that raises money to support deafblind children and adults is appealing for volunteers after opening in Wisbech.
Sense, the national deafblind charity is appealing for donations and volunteers to join their friendly team.
Karen Dickson, Sense shop manager, said: “We are really excited to have opened a brand new shop in Wisbech.
“We’d love to welcome more volunteers from the local community to our team – it’s a great way to learn new skills and meet like minded people.
“Donations are vital in ensuring the shop is a success, so please remember us the next time you have a clear-out.”
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She said the shop offers a wide range of quality second-hand and new goods at great value and is one of 90 shops the charity operates across the UK, raising vital funds to support deafblind children and adults.
If you have any unwanted items to donate or time on your side to help out, please contact shop manager Karen Dickson on 01945-583621 or pop by the shop on 13 Market Place.
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