Charity is after your unwanted clothes

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GIVE us your unwanted clothes and shoes so we can treat sick and injured animals.

That is the message from the PDSA which is urging people to donate any clothes, shoes and handbags they no longer want.

The charity’s store in High Street, Gosport, is on the hunt for ladies’ and men’s clothing to sell in store to raise money for pets in need in the local area.

Store manager Carole Connelly said: ‘Charity stores are famous for their quality and bargain clothing and as a result, we sell hundreds of items every week.

‘We rely on our supporters to help us replenish our stocks so we can continue to raise much-needed funds for sick and injured pets.

‘So if you are guilty of hoarding clothes that you hardly ever wear, why not make some space in your closet for some new threads and help PDSA in the process?’

For more information about the Gosport store, call Carole on (023) 9252 1115 or visit for more information on the charity.