Yorkshire Cancer Research is to reopen its shop in Knaresborough next week when covid restrictions ease.
The charity shop, on Market Place, will reopen on April 14 at 9am, two days after non-essential shops are allowed to trade again.
The shop helps the charity, which is based in Harrogate, raise funds for cancer research in Yorkshire. Its mission is for 2,000 more people to survive cancer every year in Yorkshire.
Covid measures, such as hand sanitisers, social distancing and PPE worn by staff and volunteers will operate.
The shop will start accepting donations once its reopened, by appointment only. The Harrogate donation centre is still closed for drop-offs.
Dr Kathryn Scott, chief executive at Yorkshire Cancer Research, said:
“Along with many other charities, we have experienced a significant loss of income during the coronavirus pandemic.
“To try to reduce this loss, we acted quickly to start selling donated goods online.
“We are thankful to all those who continued to support us by donating second-hand belongings and searching for bargains in our online marketplaces during lockdown.”
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The shop will be open Wednesday to Saturday between 9am and 4pm and Sunday from 10am to 4pm. It will be closed Monday and Tuesday.
Yorkshire Cancer Research’s other shops in Northallerton and Tadcaster will also re-open.