Staff and shoppers welcome charity shop makeover

PDSA charity shop on North Street has undergone a makeover.''Pictured: Boreen Taylor (Key Volunteer), Steve Barrenger (Stock Collector), Ben Brooks (Stock Collector Assistant), Liz Kavanagh (Assistant Manager), Julie Seddon (Volunteer) and Jayne Langdon (Manager) ANL-151002-074953009
PDSA charity shop on North Street has undergone a makeover.''Pictured: Boreen Taylor (Key Volunteer), Steve Barrenger (Stock Collector), Ben Brooks (Stock Collector Assistant), Liz Kavanagh (Assistant Manager), Julie Seddon (Volunteer) and Jayne Langdon (Manager) ANL-151002-074953009
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A Sudbury charity shop has undergone a much-needed makeover in a bid to attract more shoppers.

The PDSA store in North Street helps to raise funds to treat sick and injured pets.

Fifteen years since its last refurbishment, the shop frontage has been transformed.

Shop manager Jayne Langdon said the changes have been welcomed by staff and customers.

“We haven’t had a new look for a long while, so we are delighted,” she said.

“It really helps us stand out, which will attract more shoppers, helping us raise essential funds.”

Jayne urged the local community to lend their support by donating or shopping in store.