Charity shop opens its doors for all things weird and wonderful on Halloween
Added on: 15 October 2012
Devon Air Ambulance Trust’s Kingsbridge shop is
organising a family fun day for Halloween. The new shop, opened in March this
year, has really found its feet and is already gearing up for the party season.
The manager, Maureen Clarke, who has a strong background in
charity retailing said: ‘There’s a thriving local community here and we love to
hold family events. Volunteers will be reading stories to children throughout
the day and doing face painting. There will be Halloween themed refreshments, a
make your own badge area and other activities. We have a wealth of popular
fancy dress outfits in stock and staff will be dressed as ghosts and ghouls. It
will be a great way for local people to get into the Halloween spirit’.
The event will be held at the Kingsbridge shop and if anyone
would like to help on the day, between 9.00am and 4.30pm on 31st
October, or to volunteer on a regular basis, please contact Maureen Clarke on
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