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These streets are a mix of everything you really need. Stop by Memory Lane Antiques and Vintage on Roushill for a one-off outfit that’s bound to be like no one else’s, or spice up your meal-times with creative kitchenware from Lakeland. Capture those memorable moments and call into Jessop for your photographic needs and get your memories frame ready at Art Framing, the family-run picture framing and art gallery.

 

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Shropshire Cat Rescue is a voluntary group that aims to care for and re-home unwanted cats and kittens, to educate the public on responsible cat ownership and to arrange for colonies of feral cats to be neutered and returned to site. The shop on Roushill Bank sells a variety of new and second hand goods, and is always happy to receive unwanted items, however the shop is not able to accept electrical items, VHS videos and cassette tapes. Please see website for more information.

Sports and Games is a long established sports shop in the centre of Shrewsbury. The store on St Johns Hill stocks an array of sports equipment and apparel. This includes everything from football shirts to tennis rackets and more. The store also offers services like football shirt printing.

Sue Ryder provides incredible hospice and neurological care. The Sue Ryder shop on Roushill Bank is a great place to pick up anything from good quality clothes to that one-off piece of interesting bric-a-brac, all at bargain prices. The shop sells a good selection of clothes, accessories, books, CDs, DVDs, toys and electrical goods. The friendly team are always willing to help. Donations of unwanted goods are welcome, and help to support the charity's vital work.

Tara is an ex chain store clothes shop, with retail units in Shrewsbury and Bridgnorth. The Shrewsbury store on Mardol sells well-known high street brands at discount prices.

The British Red Cross is a volunteer-led humanitarian organisation that helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are. The organisation responds to hundreds of disasters every year, both in the UK and overseas. It also provides first aid training courses, which enable people to respond to emergencies in their own community. There are well over 300 British Red Cross charity shops throughout the country, packed with second hand treasure.

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