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Not quite as welcome as Lidli then?
Wouldn't say that anon I think many Gurnites with fond memories of that shop in its previous incarnations will be delighted to be back inside - the Gurn understands too there will be information boards about the shop's previous history.
Is that an old bike belonging to Rose Brothers they found ?!
Don't think it is an original but again demonstrates the shop's past.
I would love to know how much donated goods it takes to refurbish a shop.
looking forwars to this shop opening again Well done Red Cross
Red Cross. Does that mean we can go there when A&E is shut, or maybe they'll supply food parcels to the needy
While the shop looks nice it does throw a spotlight on just how much some charities are willing to spend on premises.
They'll have to sell a lot to help pay wages for the Chief Executive"However, The Daily Telegraph can disclose that Sir Nick Young, the chief executive of the British Red Cross, saw his pay jump by 12 per cent to £184,000 since 2010, despite a one per cent fall in the charity’s donations and a three per cent fall in revenues." Daily Telegraph 6 August 2013 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/10224104/30-charity-chiefs-paid-more-than-100000.html
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