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Glastonbury Festival's Michael Eavis Declares the New SOS Africa Charity Shop Open for Business

27 Apr 2013

On Friday 19th April 2013, Glastonbury Festival's Michael Eavis kindly opened the SOS Africa Charity's new shop and offices at 21 High Street, Shepton Mallet. Here are some photo's taken on the day... 

Glastonbury Festival’s Michael Eavis Declares the New SOS Africa Charity Shop Open for Business  Glastonbury Festival’s Michael Eavis Declares the New SOS Africa Charity Shop Open for Business

The New SOS Africa Charity Shop and Fundraising Office  The new SOS Africa Charity Shop and Fundraising Office  The view from the front of the shop

The new SOS Africa fundraising office  Have you ever seen a charity shop with a palm tree?

The new children's section  The shop's extensive bric-brac section  Two loyal charity volunteers, Ann and Lucy

All funds raised at the shop will pay for the education of the SOS Africa Children...  We are very grateful to ASPrint in Shepton Mallet for printing our banners

A powerful quote by Nelson Mandela

Charity shop security 

To find out more about the SOS Africa Charity Shops, click here.

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