New Sue Ryder Charity Shop comes to Kings Hill
Bargain hunters will be in their element when Sue Ryder opens a new charity shop in the retail heart of Kings Hill, Liberty Square Shopping Centre.
Shoppers keen for some budget-friendly retail therapy will be able to bag some fantastic finds at the Liberty Square store, which is located in a prime position near to Asda Supermarket.
Officially opening the brand new store on Saturday 27th April 2013 will be Sir John Stanley, MP for Tonbridge and Malling. Doors open at 09.30am.
Sue Ryder Area manager Samantha Leahy said: “Our fabulous new store will offer an excellent shopping experience, whether you’re looking for handbags, books, music DVDs, or any number of other shopping delights. Why not make it your first port of call when you arrive in the shopping centre.
Sue Ryder promises to be THE place to shop in Kings Hill, with proceeds going to help Sue Ryder provide specialist hospice and neurological care.
Led by shop manager Nikki, the Sue Ryder staff and volunteer team will be on hand to show shoppers around the store, which will be packed to the rafters with a great selection of quality second hand clothes, accessories, music and books as well as a wide range of new goods, including art equipment, greetings cards and dolls’ houses. The new shop promises to be a treasure trove of bargains.
Samantha Leahy said: “This is a really exciting retail development for Sue Ryder that will raise much needed money for hospice and neurological care. There is something for everyone and every home and I am sure shoppers will be delighted by the exceptional quality, value and wide range of goods we will be selling.”
Money raised from the shop will help Sue Ryder to continue to provide incredible expert and compassionate care to people living with end of life and long-term conditions such as cancer, stroke, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, dementia, Huntington’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and motor neurone disease.
Shop manager Nikki said: “We are recruiting volunteers to help with everything from sorting and preparing stock to merchandising and sales and are also appealing for people to donate good quality clothing, books and bric-a-brac. By supporting Sue Ryder in this way, local people can help us to make a real difference to the lives of the people we care for each year. Anyone wanting to join our volunteer team should contact me by email:firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01732-843808.