British Heart Foundation set to re-open Fife shops after lockdown

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British Heart Foundation is preparing to re-open its charity shops across Fife.

The doors open on Monday, April 26 and will be accepting donations.

The nation’s heart charity has outlets in Kirkcaldy, Cupar, St Andrews, Dunfermline and Glenrothes.

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James Jopling, head of BHF Scotland, said: “It goes without saying how excited we are to get all our shops back up and running - we cannot wait to see our loyal customers, staff and volunteers once again.

British Heart Foundation shop, KirkcaldyBritish Heart Foundation shop, Kirkcaldy
British Heart Foundation shop, Kirkcaldy

“The coronavirus crisis has had a seismic impact on the income of the BHF and the last 12 months have been the hardest in our 60-year history.

“Our shops play a huge role in funding vital research into heart and circulatory diseases and run purely on the support of the public, which is why we never take for granted a camera, book or sofa that’s donated to us.”

Fife’s stores are: 221 High Street, Kirkcaldy; Lyon House, Glenrothes; 51 Crossgate, Cupar; Bell Street, St Andrews, and High Street, Dunfermline.

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