Plea for volunteers to keep charity shop open six days a week
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East and South Bucks Women's Aid Chief executive Gerry Lejeune makes plea for volunteers
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A CHARITY shop struggling to open six days a week is seeking volunteers to help staff it.
Berkshire East and South Bucks Women's Aid, opened White Ribbons in Beaconsfield Road, Farnham Common, in December.
The charity, which offers support to domestic abuse victims, is hoping to create a rota up until Christmas so that the shop can open Monday to Saturday. Berkshire East and South Bucks Women's Aid Chief executive Gerry Lejeune said: "Unfortunately we are finding it difficult to recruit enough volunteers to staff the shop, particularly on Saturdays."
Anyone interested in volunteering should email firstname.lastname@example.org, with dates and times of availability for training.