Volunteers wanted - including someone to steam clothes - at Whittlesey EACH shop as ‘Be a name in our Frame’ campaign relaunches

PUBLISHED: 14:42 28 September 2017 | UPDATED: 15:56 28 September 2017

Sue Reeves is a volunteer involved in East Anglia's Children Hospices (EACH) 'Be a Name in our Frame' capaign. The campaign is calling for volunteers for the charity's shop in Whittlesey.

Sue Reeves is a volunteer involved in East Anglia's Children Hospices (EACH) 'Be a Name in our Frame' capaign. The campaign is calling for volunteers for the charity's shop in Whittlesey.

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Do you fancy lending a hand to one of the region’s top charities?

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) has re-launched its ‘Be a Name in our Frame’ campaign and is looking for helpers across Fenland – including Whittlesey.

The Whittlesey shop, on Market Street, is looking for people to help sort through donations on Monday and Wednesday afternoons, someone to accept donations and Gift Aid on Tuesday and Thursday mornings and someone to steam crumpled clothes on Tuesday mornings and Saturdays.

The ‘Be a Name in our Frame’ campaign sees people add themselves to frames by volunteering at one of EACH’s 25 shops.

One of those volunteers is Sue Reeves. She said: “I love the social interaction with both staff and customers, and really enjoy that every day’s different – you never know how many or what type of donations will come in!”

• To become a name in a frame at EACH in Whittlesey, drop by or call shop manager Lorna Hazeltine on 01733 200810.


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