Refurbished charity shop opens its doors
‘Beautiful new-look store’ to welcome back customers
The Cancer Research UK shop in Coldharbour Lane has been closed since Monday and will welcome customers again on Saturday, April 18, from 11am.
The store’s new layout will provide space for more stock and better changing rooms, while new community boards will display cancer awareness leaflets.
Shop manager Sue Howard said: “We can’t wait to unveil our beautiful new-look shop and look forward to welcoming customers old and new through the doors.
“We hope the people of Hayes will continue to support the shop as they have done so fantastically in the past.”
Ms Howard appealed for customers to donate clothing and homeware items once the shop reopens.
She added: “We are incredibly grateful to all the wonderful people who support Cancer Research UK by shopping with us, making a donation or generously offering their time as volunteers.”
The shop has been trading for more than 30 years and has raised upwards of £2.9million in that time.
The refurbishment forms part of a nationwide programme to upgrade the charity’s 500-plus shops across the UK. PARENTS are being offered safety advice about using car seats for children and babies.
During the first three weeks of April, information stands in various locations across the borough will be offering guidance on suitable car seats for different age groups, how to ensure car seats are fitted POLICE are investigating a break in at a Pinner post office.
Suspects entered the premises and broke into the cash machine at Ryefield Parade, in Joel Street, Northwood Hills.
Police were called to the scene at 5.15am on Sunday.
Flying squad officers based in Putney are investigating. If you have any information call police on 101. correctly and reputable retailers.
The campaign is being run by Hillingdon Council, together with the company Good Egg Safety.
Councillor Keith Burrows, cabinet member for planning, transportation and recycling, said: “Hillingdon Council’s annual car seat safety campaign demonstrates our commitment to giving peace of mind to anyone who drives with children in their car. I would encourage residents to visit an information stand near them and ask any questions they might have to ensure that babies and children are properly protected when travelling by car.”