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Sense charity shop opens in Brentwood and launches appeal for volunteers

PUBLISHED: 12:00 08 November 2019

Brentwood shop manager Mary Greagby and assisstant shop manager Janhoi Bean Wilson. Picture: Sense

Brentwood shop manager Mary Greagby and assisstant shop manager Janhoi Bean Wilson. Picture: Sense

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A new charity shop in Brentwood is on the hunt for volunteers to assist staff with donating goods.

Brentwood shop manager Mary Greagby and assisstant shop manager Janhoi Bean Wilson. Picture: SenseBrentwood shop manager Mary Greagby and assisstant shop manager Janhoi Bean Wilson. Picture: Sense

The Sense charity shop in the High Street opened its doors on October 28.

Sense is a national disability charity that supports people living with complex disabilities, such as those who are deafblind.

The shop sells a range of donated goods including a household goods section, ladies-wear, men's and kids clothing, as well as accessories, books and media.

Mary Greagsby, Sense shop manager, said: "We are thrilled to have opened a new Sense shop in Brentwood.

"We have a great team of volunteers to help run the shop but we'd love to welcome more.

"It's a brilliant way to meet new people and learn new skills.

"We'd also like to appeal for donations from the local community, which provides vital income to help Sense to support people with complex disabilities."

If you'd like to volunteer at the shop, or make a donation, call 01277218148 or email brentwood@sense.org.uk.

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