The RSPCA Sheffield branch has opened a new charity shop which will raise funds to help rehabilitate and rehome unwanted and cruelly treated animals.
The store at Firth Park is the fifth that the charity has opened over three years and it joins those on the Moor, Woodseats, Hillsborough Barracks and Stocksbridge.
Last week the RSPCA also opened a temporary pop-up charity shop at Arundel Gate.
Area retail manager for the RSPCA Sheffield branch Lyndsey Crossland, said: “We are only able to run these charity shops due to the generosity of Sheffield people. At this current time we are especially looking for quality clothing and furniture.
“What people might not always realise is that we can collect from them at home or at work, in the Sheffield area, as long as there are five full quality sacks. We can also collect furniture and electricals.
“We would be particularly grateful to hear from people who are carrying out house clearances as we can organise to collect your bags and boxes free, at your convenience, during normal work hours and on working days.”
To arrange a collection, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact 0114 289 8057.