Lanarkshire charity shop set to undergo major refurb

A popular Rutherglen charity shop is set to undergo a major refurbishment.

The Hospice Shop on Gallowflat Street in the town is to close its doors this Thursday (April 14) at 4pm before undergoing a full makeover.

But before then, a massive 50 per cent off everything in store has been organised by shop manager Nicola Cannon.

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Nicola told Lanarkshire Live: “Absolutely everything in our shop has 50 per cent off.

“This will allow us to reduce our stock to make way for the refurbishment. But be quick, items are flying out the doors already, word has certainly spread about all the bargains we have on offer.

“We can’t wait to reopen our doors, hopefully in May and welcome back all our loyal customers, and hopefully some new ones, to experience their brand-new Hospice Shop.”

The shop is one of 17 hospice shops spread throughout Glasgow.

All profits from this network of shops support care for people with life-limiting and terminal illnesses at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice at Bellahouston Park in Glasgow.

The hospice provides compassionate and vital care to 1200 new patients each year and their families both in the hospice and within people’s homes through the hospice community services.

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