Friday 15 July 2011
Urgent stock appeal!
Wood Green has launched an urgent stock appeal in a bid to help fill the shelves at two of its charity shops.
Donations of clothes, books and household items at Wood Green’s charity shop in High Street, Sand and White Hart Court, St Ives, are drying up leaving the shelves and rails looking almost empty.
Manager of the Sandy shop, Vanessa Dumpleton believes the fall in donations could be down to the increasing number of house-to-house collections that are taking place across the county on a daily basis.
She said: “We normally have a steady supply of donations coming through our shop door but in recent weeks stock has been drying up.
“The shop continues to be extremely popular with members of the public and our supporters, but we don’t have enough stock coming in to be able to keep our shelves full and our customers coming back.
“We desperately need members of the public to donate their unwanted items so we can fill our shelves.
“We are in need of clothes, shoes, handbags, accessories and household items. If you are able to donate any items, please drop them at one of our shops. Your donated items could be worth more than you think.”
To find out what items we can accept and our opening times visit the charity shop pages of our website.