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VOLUNTEERS and donations are being sought for a new charity shop opening in Weston at the end of the month.

VOLUNTEERS and donations are being sought for a new charity shop opening in Weston at the end of the month.

Town mayor Cllr Mike Kellaway-Marriott is due to cut the ribbon at the British Heart Foundation (BHF) Furniture and Electrical Store in Weston Retail Park, Marchfield Way, on December 30.

Generous Weston folk have already donated three-piece suites, beds, dining settings, coffee makers, washing machines, microwaves, TVs, printers and hairdryers.

BHF shops raise more than �14million annually to help fund research, patient care and life saving equipment.


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Area manager Andy Watkins said: "We are delighted to welcome the mayor to the opening of the new BHF Furniture and Electrical Store.

"So far we've had a brilliant response from the local community and we're hoping that our new venture in Weston will be a great success.

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"Recycling your unwanted goods by donating them to the BHF is a great practical way for people to help fight heart disease and support others in the community, as well as helping the environment."

Similar store openings in the region have seen customers queuing up before the opening, so the charity is expecting a big response from the town.

The store offers a free collection service and anyone interested in volunteering or donating goods is asked to call 0844 248 9143.

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