Harold Hill school pupils sing at opening of new Age UK shop in Romford
Children from a Harold Hill primary school sang at the opening of a new charity shop in Romford last week.
The group were at the launch of the new Age UK shop in South Street, which was officially opened by Havering’s Mayor Cllr Lynden Thorpe.
The event also featured refreshments and goodie bags.
Samantha Mauger, Chief Executive of Age UK London, said “We are very happy to launch Age UK London’s Romford Hub, which will bring the very best of Age UK products and services to the local high street.”
Age UK London’s Romford shop offers a range of Age UK products and services for the over-50s, selling new and donated items and providing free information and advice, from Age UK Redbridge.
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Profits from the shop go towards charitable services and improving the lives of older Londoners.
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