Charity shop closed by Landslide set to relocate

High street , Cheadle. Image- Google

A Landslide following poor weather behind shops in Cheadle closed a number of shops including the Samaritans little charity shop.
The little charity shop have announced they will be opening in a new premises from Saturday 9th November.
The shop say they are urgently in need of donations because stock was damaged during the landslide.

A spokesperson for the shop said:
“The Little Samaritans Charity shop will be reopening at our new premises 56a High Street (next door to Moshi’s/opposite Boots) on Saturday 9th November at 9.30am.

We urgently need donations of any description to help us build the shop up again after losing quite lot of stock from the landslide.

Although we are not open yet someone will be in the shop everyday from (Tomorrow) Tuesday 9.30 to 3pm so if you have donations please come along and tap on the door or telephone 07901778194

We are also in need of freestanding bookshelves (any size) and card board or plastic box trays like those used for vegetables in the supermarket. Any large empty boxes would also be useful.

Thank you in advance.”