Hospice helpers take on charity’s next appeal

PUBLISHED: 16:00 07 January 2013

Weston Hospicare volunteer Phillipa Turp and shop manager Roz Corrin with donated, unwanted Christmas gifts.

Weston Hospicare volunteer Phillipa Turp and shop manager Roz Corrin with donated, unwanted Christmas gifts.

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VOLUNTEERS for one of the biggest charities in Weston have got together to help with the organisation’s latest appeal.

Weston Hopsicecare has started taking in unwanted Christmas gifts which have been pushed aside over the festive period to sell in its charity shops.

Volunteers who work in the stores have taken on the task to sell the variety of discarded donations to make a perfect present for someone new.


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