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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A Lanarkshire charity is preparing to reopen its vital fundraising shops after the four-month lockdown closure – and is seeking new volunteers to help with their work. St Andrew’s Hospice will welcome back customers to its flagship Home Boutique in Airdrie from Monday, April 12, with homeware stores among the extended range of premises which have been allowed to open their doors since an initial relaxation of coronavirus restrictions earlier this week. Most of its other shops – those located in Bellshill, Blantyre, Coatbridge, East Kilbride, Hamilton, Lanark, Larkhall, Strathaven, Uddingston and Wishaw – will reopen on Monday, April 26, when all non-essential retail outlets are allowed to open their doors for the first time since Christmas. Lanarkshire Live Facebook Head over to our new Lanarkshire Live Facebook page to make sure you're up to date with the top stories in the region Although the hospice shops in Motherwell and the smaller Airdrie branch on Hallcraig Street will remain closed at present, the charity’s phone and online collection bookings will resume from April 19 and all reopened shops plus the Airdrie warehouse at Stirling Road industrial estate will accept donations from April 26. Now volunteers are needed to help in a wide variety of retail roles, ranging from shop assistants, stock sorters and merchandisers to drivers, buddies and IT/admin support. Read More Related Articles Funding boost welcomed by Airdrie hospice Officials at the hospice, which provides specialist care to patients from across Lanarkshire, describe the past 12 months as “a difficult year” and recently launched an urgent care appeal, saying that the restrictions’ impact on retail, events and community fundraising have had “a terrible effect on our finances”. They say: “We can’t wait to reopen our shops and see our fantastic team of staff, volunteers and customers again; and if anyone can spare a few hours each week to support us in any of these roles, we’d love to hear from them.
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.” Anyone who is interested in volunteering for St Andrew’s Hospice is asked to contact volunteer co-ordinator Julie Wilson by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01236 766951.
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