A Maidenhead charity shop has celebrated its 20th birthday.
The British Heart Foundation store in High Street marked two decades in business yesterday with a party which was attended by more than 15 volunteers.
Guests enjoyed a spread of Indian food as well as cream cakes and awards were handed out to long-serving helpers.
This includes Sheila Joseph who has been volunteering at the shop for 19 years.
Store manager Shaff Khan said: "We have a good relationship with customers and do quite a good trade."
"The Maidenhead store is doing really good at the moment, it's the top in the area."
The shop sells second hand goods including furniture, clothes, books and bags to raise funds for research into heart disease.
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