Spring clean and donate to Spiller’s Girls Charity Shop

Annie Parsons encourages everyone to donate any second-hand items to the Spiller's Girls' Charity Shop.

IF you are ever looking for a delightful charity shop to browse around, the Spiller’s Girls’ Charity Shop at Port Shepstone’s Spiller’s Wharf is certainly worth a visit.

Run by volunteers, the charming shop stocks a miscellany of pre-loved, bargain-priced ornaments, knick-knacks, crockery, furnishings and garments. It’s a lovely little shop if you are hunting for a good bargain.

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The nice aspect of shopping at this particular spot is that, whatever you purchase, the funds go towards Hibiscus Animal Welfare which helps with animal sterilisation and feeds many cats and dogs.

The shop is desperately looking for new stock, so clear out your cupboards and donate to a good cause.

“Men’s and women’s clothing, kitchenware, ornaments, anything, in fact, except books,” said Elaine Steabler of Hibiscus Animal Welfare.

The organisation is also needing volunteers to do a three-hour stint a week.

The shop is closed on Mondays (except during holidays) and is open weekdays from 10am to 4pm and weekends from 11am to 3pm.

Contact Elaine Steabler at 039 6813909.

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Shona Aylward
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