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Cancer support charity opens new Gloucester shop

By The Citizen  |  Posted: March 27, 2014

CLIC Sargent have opened a new shop on Clarence Street

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CANCER support charity CLIC Sargent celebrated the opening of their new store in Gloucester city centre.

The new shop on Clarence Street will offer clothes, DVDs, books, handbags and homeware, all of which have been donated by the public.

CLIC Sargent have been in Gloucester for around 20 years and were previously on Station Road.

Every day 10 children in the UK are diagnosed with cancer. It costs CLIC Sargent £4,000 to support a child through the disease.

Jeremy Bune, Head of Trading for CLIC Sargent, said: “The new store will make to big difference to our volunteers. We’re also on the corner of the street so hopefully we’ll see a good footfall.

“We are very grateful for the work our volunteers.”

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