LETTER: How you can help sick pets

The Eastbourne PDSA charity is appealing to local animal lovers to donate their pre-loved treasures to help sick and injured pets. Staff and volunteers at the Terminus Road shop need a range of items to replenish much needed stock to help raise money for local pets in need. Items required include CDs, DVDs, vinyl, books and toys, as well as men’s and ladies’ clothes, shoes and accessories. We also welcome items of furniture. Donations can be taken to the store from Monday to Saturday, between 9am and 5pm and Sundays 10am-4pm. Alternatively you can call the store on 01323 434933 to arrange for our van to come and collect your donations.

The shop is always on the hunt for a wide range of goods that could help raise money for sick and injured pets across the UK.

Many supporters say that donating not only makes them feel good for helping such a worthwhile cause, but it also gives them an excuse to have a good old fashioned spring clean! Customers love searching for a bargain and enjoy nothing more than finding a hidden treasure, so we welcome all good quality donations to help support PDSA’s services. Located at 72 Terminus Road, Eastbourne PDSA shop raises funds to provide PDSA-funded veterinary treatment. For more information about PDSA, please visit www.pdsa.org.uk

PDSA encourages all supporters to sign up for Gift Aid, to help their donations go even further.

Wendy Modestou

PDSA Store Manager

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