Doncasters charity shop is set to reopen with new social distancing measures in place

Sadly the RSPCA charity has seen a 95% decrease in income due to the pandemic but have continued to care for the animals through out lockdown.
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RSPCA Doncaster, Rotherham and District Branch are set to reopen their Rossington Charity Shop on Tuesday, June 16.

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Kate Brown, Retail Development Manager, said: “The team have worked hard to put all necessary safety measures in place to ensure a safe environment for staff, volunteers and customers including social distancing, PPE and quarantining all donations prior to sale.

Remus, a rescue at the RSPCA.Remus, a rescue at the RSPCA.
Remus, a rescue at the RSPCA.

“The shop manager, Chrystel, is very much looking forward to welcoming back her customers and will be celebrating the reopening with a sale.”

Since lockdown began the Doncaster RSPCA branch has seen a decrease in income of 95% due to both the temporary closure of the shops and fundraising events having been cancelled.

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The Branch's other three shops in Bawtry, Thorne and Maltby will reopen in the coming weeks.

The RSPCA rehome and rehabilitate animals – the Doncaster and Rotherham branch is one of the oldest local centres in the country.

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