Unwanted presents a gift for animals

By Sara Bryce

Published on Tuesday, January 07, 2014 - 17:01


UNWANTED Christmas presents can help poorly pets at the PDSA charity shop in Ryde.

Staff from the shop, in the High Street, are urging those not impressed with some of their gifts this year to donate them to the shop to raise money to help provide PDSA-funded veterinary care.

Store manager Pamela Kirk said: "Christmas is a magical time of year but there are always a few gifts that don’t quite take our fancy, from ill-fitting jumpers to unwanted books, or DVDs you already own.

"You can bring items to the store Monday to Saturday, between 10am and 4 pm."

Donations of any unwanted gifts, as well as good quality, second hand items, including clothing, homeware, books, toys and DVDs, are welcomed.

• Visit www.pdsa.org.uk or call 0800 731 2502.

Reporter: sarab@iwcpmail.co.uk


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