Shoppers invited to open day of new charity shop in Gloucester

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Shoppers invited to open day of new charity shop in Gloucester

14th March 2023

Great Western Air Ambulance Charity (GWAAC) is opening the doors to its new shop in the heart of Gloucester on 14 March. A ribbon-cutting ceremony at 09:00 will be immediately followed by doors open to the public.

Local shoppers are invited to celebrate the occasion by coming down to grab a bargain. For one day only, the charity is offering the chance to buy four items and get the cheapest free.

Customers will have their pick of the best items in-store with an opportunity to learn more about the charity and volunteering opportunities. The charity is also encouraging the people of Gloucester and surrounding areas to donate unwanted items to the new store.
The new shop will be GWAAC’s biggest store to date, occupying the former Shoe Zone at 28 Northgate Street, Gloucester, Gloucestershire GL1 1SE.

“Our new Gloucester shop is just down the road from our smaller boutique shop, which opened in December last year. It offers local people a full range of pre-loved items from gifts to clothes to bric-a-brac. And it sits right in the heart of a community that sees the value in buying second-hand goods, reusing and recycling.”
Ellen Watkins, Multi-shop Manager — Gloucester, GWAAC

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14th March 2023

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