A much loved charity responsible for building the Royal Borough's new children's hospice is returning to Slough's Queensmere Observatory Shopping Centre with its pop-up shop.

The shop run by the Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service will be open from Friday, February 14 to Sunday, February 16 and again from February 21 and 23.

As well as the new toys, there will be a selection of pre loved soft toys and games all in fantastic condition.

This is the second time the charity has opened its doors in Queensmere Shopping Centre. The first shop in October was a huge success and over the course of its launch weekend raised over £1,300.

Alexander Devine relies on donations from organisations and the general public to run its shop, which means all proceeds can benefit seriously-ill local children and their families.

As well as running a hospice the charity also employs nurses who visit the homes of sick children, offering back-up support to parents and carers.

Community Fundraiser, George Torpey, organises the Alexander Devine Pop-Up shop in Slough. He said: “We are delighted to be given the opportunity to run our ‘Pop-Up’ shop in Queensmere Observatory Shopping Centre again this year. It was such a massive success last year and many of the local shoppers were keen for us to return. As a charity that supports many families in Slough it’s lovely to be able to run a community event like this and have a presence in the area whilst generating much-needed funds.”

To find out how you can help the charity contact georget@alexanderdevine.org