Charity shop undergoes makeover

PUBLISHED: 17:37 13 January 2015 | UPDATED: 17:37 13 January 2015

Pet Aid vet Helen Avison from Beaconsfield Veterinary Clinic with shop manager Caroline Maggs and volunteers Wendy Richards, Steven Jenners and Dave Parkin.

Pet Aid vet Helen Avison from Beaconsfield Veterinary Clinic with shop manager Caroline Maggs and volunteers Wendy Richards, Steven Jenners and Dave Parkin.

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A CHARITY shop has a bright and airy new interior, thanks to a refurbishment project.

The PDSA shop in the High Street has had a complete makeover, including new flooring and logo.

Manager Caroline Maggs, who has worked in the shop for six months, said: “It’s very bright, airy and clean.

“It was nice to be there for the relaunch and great to be a part of it.”

Vet Helen Avison, who works at Beaconsfield Veterinary Clinic in Beaconsfield Road, attended the open day to look around.

She does work for the PDSA, helping people who cannot afford to pay for their sick or injured pet’s treatment.

The refurbishment is one of many taking place in PDSA shops around the country.

The shop is dependent on donations of goods. clothing, jewellery, books, bric-a-brac, toys and CDs to help it pay for veterinary treatment and new volunteers are always welcome.

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