Leamington’s Save the Children charity shop has a brand new look

Leamington mayor Cllr Amanda Stevens makes the draw for the Save The Children's Christmas raffle at the charity's refurbished shop in Leamington.

Leamington mayor Cllr Amanda Stevens makes the draw for the Save The Children's Christmas raffle at the charity's refurbished shop in Leamington.

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Leamington’s Save The Children charity shop has re-opened with a new look.

Town mayor Cllr Amanda Stevens recently visited the new-look shop to make the draw for the charity’s Christmas raffle, which raised £1,701 for the charity.

Ann Bailey, secretary of the Leamington, Warwick and Kenilworth branch, said: “We are indebted to everyone who donated prizes and who bought tickets and to Cllr Stevens for finding the time in her busy schedule to join us for the draw.”

The shop in Regent Street has had a complete re-fit.

Regional manager Sue Dennis said: “The people of Leamington have been great supporters of Save the Children and we hope they will love the new look shop and continue to donate their pre loved goods to us, help by volunteering in the shop and buying our top quality stock.”

To talk about becoming a volunteer, call 01926 313153, 9.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Saturday.