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(l-r) Lynne Rothwell, Eva Hughes, Sue Wilkinson, Jackie Simpkin, Bryan Merrett and Peter Bradley hold the ribbon at the Aurora Shop Opening. Picture: Andrew Roe
(l-r) Lynne Rothwell, Eva Hughes, Sue Wilkinson, Jackie Simpkin, Bryan Merrett and Peter Bradley hold the ribbon at the Aurora Shop Opening. Picture: Andrew Roe
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A CHARITY shop with a twist has opened in a bid to raise money for a pioneering cancer care service.

The Aurora care to give shop in Scot Lane, Doncaster, is now open for business and will host a charity shop, dress agency, hat hire, and from next year provide a prom dress hire service.

Bryan Merrett of Phoenix Property Developments has given Aurora the use of a retail outlet free of charge for one year.

An Aurora spokesman said the charity also wanted to thank Wates Living Space, Phoenix Property Developments, U-Store Container Self Storage, Comag Solutions, Vivien Richards, Terry Robinson, Maltings Timber, Premier Wallpapers & Paints, Design Works, Oakwood Services Ltd for donating their time, labour and materials free of charge to refit the shop.

The Aurora Centre, based in Doncaster Royal infirmary, offers complementary professional beauty therapy treatments for cancer patients in Doncaster.

Donations can be made at the shop and by contacting Peter Bradley on telephone 07538 582434 or email peter.bradley@dbh.nhs.uk