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Rubery charity appeals for village shop volunteers
10:20am Saturday 31st August 2013 in Local
A RUBERY charity is appealing for animal lovers to volunteer at its village shop.
The Rubery store of the People's Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA), in New Road, is appealing for volunteers who are passionate about pets, and can help lend a hand.
A space has become available at the store after volunteer Amy Kellegher left for a new career.
She used her time at the store to gain valuable customer service skills and retail experience, which enabled her to become a trainee florist.
“It’s great fun and you are learning new things at the same time, plus it looks really good on your CV as it shows you are willing to give your time up for a good cause,” she said.
For more details or to register an interest in volunteering call Lynda at the store on 0121 453 8200.
For more information on the charity visit pdsa.org.uk.
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