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Hospice shop reopens after premises move

By Herald Express  |  Posted: September 10, 2012

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ROWCROFT Hospice's new Newton Abbot shop is up and running.

The charity re-opened its shop after relocating from Queen Street to Bank Street.

The shop was officially opened by Newton Abbot town development manager Sally Henley and guests, including Borough Town Crier Evelyn Davies and shop staff.

There are now 11 Rowcroft charity shops in South Devon, each selling donated goods including clothes, bric-a-brac and furniture.

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Each shop has a manager and a team of volunteers.

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  • nicold  |  September 10 2012, 7:19PM

    Difficult to find bargains any more in these shops...most sell shirts that are more expensive than brand new ones at Primark!

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  • Debris  |  September 10 2012, 9:54AM

    Bank Street is full of charity shops so it will fit right in

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