Epsom charity shop in need of clothes donations after flooding

The Queen Elizabeth Foundation charity shop in Epsom High Street was flooded

The Queen Elizabeth Foundation charity shop in Epsom High Street was flooded

First published in News This Is Local London: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

A charity shop is in need of clothing after its stock room flooded last week.

The Queen Elizabeth Foundation (QEF) shop, in Epsom High Street, was forced to shut on Friday and Saturday after its back room was flooded due to a leak in the roof.

The shop is now open again, but manager, Sharon Hamill, said it is now in need of more clothes donations to replace those lost.

She said: "We lost a bit of stock because of the leaking roof and we need more clothes.

"The leak is being looked at at the moment but it could well be due to heavy rain.  There's no electricity in the back room."

QEF, which is based in Leatherhead Court, Woodlands Road, in Leatherhead, is a leading disability charity working with people with physical and learning disabilities or acquired brain injuries.

 

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