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Charity set to take over empty shop in high street

Charity set to take over empty shop in high street

Staff reporter

Charity set to take over empty shop in high street

A new furniture and electrical shop is set to open in Maidenhead High Street tomorrow.

The Age Concern Slough and East Berkshire outlet, which will specialise in second hand and some new goods, is due to open its doors at 10am at 93 High Street.

The Deputy Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead John Lenton will be joining the low key celebration.

Charity spokeswoman Lois Wheeler said: "It's a great opportunity for people to recycle their unwanted furniture and electrical items as well as helping to raise money for the charity to help elderly people and support services across the area."

The charity already has one outlet, which sells everything from clothes to books and DVD’s in Bridge Road.

Anyone interested in volunteering can call 01753 497901 for more details.

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