New Mencap store opens on High Street, Wisbech

PUBLISHED: 14:38 04 May 2017 | UPDATED: 14:38 04 May 2017

Store assistant Karolina Czarnecka, Mencap head of retail and trading Glen Hall and store manager Debbie Allen at the new Wisbech Mencap store. PHOTO: Ian Carter

Store assistant Karolina Czarnecka, Mencap head of retail and trading Glen Hall and store manager Debbie Allen at the new Wisbech Mencap store. PHOTO: Ian Carter

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A new shop which aims to improve the lives of those with learning disabilities has opened in Wisbech.

The interior of the new Wisbech Mencap store. PHOTO: Ian CarterThe interior of the new Wisbech Mencap store. PHOTO: Ian Carter

Mencap, one of the nation’s leading charities, has opened a new store at 7-8 High Street.

The store has begun accepting ‘pre-loved’ items, and is open between 9-5 from Monday to Saturday and 10-4 on Sundays.

A Mencap spokesman said: “We’re gratefully accepting donations of household items and clothes to create a vibrant mix of things for you to browse and buy.

Store assistant Karolina Czarnecka, Mencap head of retail and trading Glen Hall and store manager Debbie Allen at the new Wisbech Mencap store. PHOTO: Ian CarterStore assistant Karolina Czarnecka, Mencap head of retail and trading Glen Hall and store manager Debbie Allen at the new Wisbech Mencap store. PHOTO: Ian Carter

“By donating or buying items you are helping to support people with a learning disability to live the life they choose.”


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