Can you spare some time?

An appeal is being issued to people in Bridgnorth to give up a few hours of their time in support of a good cause. The Cancer Research UK shop at 7 Waterloo Terrace is on the lookout for volunteers who are able to join the fight against cancer by helping out in-store. Potential roles include serving customers and dressing windows.

The shop’s manager Hayley James said, “If you know the difference between Gucci and Gap, can spot a rare book, are a collectables buff or just want to give your time to support a great cause then Bridgnorth’s Cancer Research UK shop would like to hear from you.”

“Every step we make towards beating cancer relies on every pound, every hour and every person, so we’re very grateful to all the wonderful people who support our life-saving work by shopping with us, making a donation or generously offering their time as volunteers. Many of our volunteers work just one morning or afternoon a week, or sometimes a mid-day shift to help over the busy lunchtime period. A few hours can make a huge difference.”

For details, pop into the shop or call 01746 766749.


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