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Improved charity shop opens its doors in Kenilworth

Laura Kearns 26th May, 2019

A NEW and improved charity shop has opened its doors in Kenilworth.

The Shakespeare Hospice’s Shop in Abbey End previously just offered furniture, but now also stocks clothing, electrical items, books and dvds.

And it is now calling on people to donate items to raise money for the hospice, which supports those with life-limiting illnesses.

Kenilworth mayor Mike Hitchins popped along to check out the re-launched store and wish staff and volunteers all the best.

The store was re-launched by Kenilworth and Southam MP Jeremy Wright.

He said: “The Shakespeare Hospice does such important work looking after people of all ages in our community. This shop is a good way to enable us to help them continue with that work.”

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