By Kevin Unitt Tuesday 11 September 2012 Updated: 13/09 07:52
MYTON Hospice has re-opened its Warwick Street store just over three months after it was ravaged by fire.
Just two weeks before the charity shop was to celebrate its 20th birthday it was hit by a blaze on May 25, which destroyed a store room and left the rest of the shop soot-filled and smoke-logged.
Up to £30,000 worth of damage was caused, with £8,000 worth of stock destroyed.
But the recovery has been swift with the new-look shop now officially re-opened.
Myton Hospice opened its second town store – in Bedford Street – in July, meaning it can now generate funds on two fronts in the town, selling a good quality clothing, books, toys and bric-a-brac.
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