01:13PM, Thursday 05 November 2015
A Windsor charity shop celebrated its 20th birthday yesterday (Wednesday).
The British Heart Foundation has been in the town centre for two decades and volunteers were joined by shoppers and area manager Louise Butland to mark the occasion.
It was mostly business as usual at the shop with the added bonus of balloons, cake and flowers.
Shop manager, Yolanda Ales-Canete, who has been at the store for 10 years, said: “We do something to celebrate every year but for big birthdays we do something special.
“It’s a great place to work and it does a lot for the community.”
The shop currently has 22 volunteers but is always looking for more. Call 01753 841157 to find out more.
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