The RSPCA Durham & District Branch charity shop in Langley Moor has been the centre of the Branch’s fundraising efforts over a number of years, which has supported hundreds of animals in need in the local area.
Thanks to the grateful assistance of the shop’s landlord, Durham County Properties, the Branch’s Langley Moor shop recently underwent a substantial refit and remodel, including the opening of a new floor.
Branch Chairman Bryan Beckham said:
Thanks to a joint effort between the landlord and ourselves we are now more than doubling our sales area, which we hope will reflect in helping to support animals in the Durham and District area. We would also like to thank the High Street Traders Group for their support during these alterations.
The Langley Moor shop is a vital source of fundraising to the Durham & District Branch, which is separately registered charity to the national RSPCA and is charged with raising its own funds.
The Branch is not government funded and relies heavily on money raised in the local area.
The aim of the new shop is to increase the branch’s animal welfare programme and also raise the profile of the branch and in turn rehome even more animals in branch care.
The shop reopened in October 2015. Everyone is welcome to visit shop and grab a bargain.
Langley Moor Charity Shop, 20 High Street, Langley Moor, Durham DH7 8JF