Excuse for a clear-out

By Chris Willmott Thursday 31 January 2013 Updated: 31/01 09:33

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STAFF and volunteers at Solihull's PDSA store are urging Observer readers to clear out their wardrobes and donate any unwanted clothes to help sick and injured pets.

PDSA Store Manager, Becky Howe said: “Why not have a sort-out and donate your unwanted items to PDSA?

“As well as de-cluttering your home, and making more room for new purchases, you will be helping a very worthy cause at the same time."

All the money raised by the store helps the charity treat sick and injured pets of local people in need.

Donations can be taken to the store, at 101 Hobs Moat Road, from Monday to Saturday, between 9am and 5pm.

For more information visit www.pdsa.org.uk or call 0121 742 4352.

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