Carers Together has opened a new charity shop in Totton

Daily Echo: From left: Relief manager Carol Guthrie, volunteer Janet Blann, Patricia Bates and manager Caroline Wilkinson From left: Relief manager Carol Guthrie, volunteer Janet Blann, Patricia Bates and manager Caroline Wilkinson

IT is a small charity that does an enormous amount to help the scores of unpaid carers throughout Hampshire.

Now the public can do even more to support the work of Carers Together as the charity has opened a shop in Totton.

The new store specialises in electricals and bric-a-brac but also has a host of other second-hand stock.

Carers Together provides advocacy advice and support to several hundred unpaid carers in the county.

The shop in Water Lane is the second one the charity has opened in the area following the success of its flagship shop in Woolston, Southampton.

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5:40pm Mon 21 Apr 14

bluecougar says...

Oh great - just what the area needs - another Charity shop, its about time they stopped allowing charities to take these spaces and encouraged businesses to actually employ the many that are on benefits!!
Oh great - just what the area needs - another Charity shop, its about time they stopped allowing charities to take these spaces and encouraged businesses to actually employ the many that are on benefits!! bluecougar
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