A CHARITY shop specialising in children’s clothes has opened its doors to the public.
It will raise money for DEBRA, a national charity which supports people suffering from the painful skin blistering condition Epidermolysis Bullosa.
The condition can become so bad swallowing becomes almost impossible, and fingers can fuse together.
Shop manager Diane Fletcher said: ‘We’re really excited about opening the shop.
‘Kids grow so fast and wear out their clothes so quickly – shopping at DEBRA is a great way to save money on essential items.’
The shop is at 102 Fratton Road in Portsmouth, and staff are appealing for good quality donations of children’s clothing and other children’s items including baby clothes, prams, cots and toys.
To donate items, or volunteer at the shop, call in or call Diane on (023) 9283 8051.