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Clan Cancer Support Set To Open New Peterhead Charity Shop in Heart Of Town

Local Charity shop, Clan Cancer Support is set to open the doors of its new retail premises in the heart of Peterhead on Thursday 28th April 2022. The new shop will see hundreds of items of clothing, household goods and gifts donated from residents across the north-east, available to buy in support of Clan’s work with individuals and families affected by cancer..

Situated at 38 Marischal Street, the charity shop will initially open on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday on their first week from 10am to 4pm. The fresh new look shop will give the Peterhead community a fantastic opportunity to donate and purchase items while helping to support Clan at a local level and beyond.

Heather Ramshaw, Clan’s Retail and E-Commerce Coordinator says, “We’re delighted to be opening our new shop in the heart of Peterhead. We are looking forward to getting to know people in the area and spreading as much awareness about Clan as possible, as well as raising money to help support those affected by cancer.

“We are always on the lookout for donations to keep our shops stocked up, without them they simply would not function. We would encourage anyone to have a clear out and pop along to drop off and donate any unwanted items. You can get in touch or visit our website to find out more about what you can and cannot donate.

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Photo by Clan Cancer Support Charity Shop

Heather continues, “As well as donations, we also need your help and support to be able to continue to keep our shop up and running. At Clan we rely on a fantastic group of volunteers to support our work at our many centres and shops.

“We have a great need to recruit more volunteers for our Peterhead premises ahead of us opening on the 28th and we would welcome any help offered. This is a wonderful opportunity to volunteer with an amazing charity which supports thousands of people affected by cancer each year. If you think you could give some time of a couple of hours or more per week, know of any groups or organisations that could contribute or can help in anyway, please get in touch.”

The Peterhead charity shop is the first to make use of the charity’s new branding which will be rolled out across other Clan shops and centres in the north-east and Northern Isles. The fresh new look is set to catch the eye of the local community and bring Clan to the centre of town.

Peterhead’s nearest support centre is based at the Crimond Medical and Community Hub which is only a short journey away. The Clan Crimond facility has a large drop-in area where Clan staff and volunteers will offer support and information, without the need for an appointment. There are also dedicated rooms for Children and Family support, Counselling and Therapies.

Clan encourages people to stop by to see what the new shop has to offer. If anyone wishes to donate any items or kindly wants to volunteer their time to help out, you can get in touch or go along to speak to one of Clan’s staff members from the 28th April.

You can also visit Clan’s website to find out more about donations, volunteering and retail opening hours.

Received this information with request to published from Clan Cancer Support

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Business start reopening after lockdown in Scotland from Monday 5 April

Business start reopening, cautious easing of lockdown

Hairdressers, garden centres, car showrooms and forecourts, homeware stores and non-essential click and collect services will be able to open from Monday 5 April Business start reopening after lockdown, subject to enhanced safety measures including physical distancing, face coverings and pre-booking where appropriate.

More college students will be able to return to on-campus learning and 12-17 year-olds will be able to resume outdoor contact sports from this date.

Restrictions on non-essential travel across local authority boundaries will remain in place.

People must stay within their council area for non-essential shopping and should only travel to another area for essential shopping if there are no practical alternatives.

People should also continue to work from home where they can to prevent unnecessary contact that could risk transmission of the virus.

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Business start reopening after lockdown

The latest easing of restrictions comes as data shows continued suppression of Coronavirus (COVID-19), and progress on vaccination. Virtually all over 65 year olds have now received a first dose of the vaccine, and the average daily case rate is now 539 new cases per day, a decline of more than 75% since early January.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said:

“We have made progress both in suppressing the virus and in vaccination, and therefore the changes I previously indicated will go ahead on 5 April.

“The stay at home rule is being replaced by a requirement to stay local – while Covid levels remain high in some areas, and while a lot of people remain unvaccinated, we do not want the virus to spread from areas with relatively high prevalence to areas with low rates of infection. That’s why the current travel restrictions, which prevent non-essential travel outside your local authority area, are really important.

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“It will be easier to relax more restrictions in the future if case numbers remain under control, so when things open up slightly this weekend please continue to stick to the rules, and follow the advice and the instructions given by store staff to keep you and the other customers safe.

“Stay at home – for now – protect the NHS, and follow the FACTS advice when you are out and about to help save lives.”

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update: First Minister’s statement – 30 March 2021 –

Guidance will be updated on Friday and Monday to take account of the changes confirmed today.

During the pre-election period the usual parliamentary protocol applies and draft regulations will be shared with the COVID-19 Committee.

Consultation with sectors still to reopen is ongoing, towards further decisions on easing to be taken ahead of the next review point on 26 April.

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Morrisons Peterhead – New Doorstep deliveries 1.

Morrisons Peterhead – Doorstep deliveries within 15 miles of the store. They are separate from Home delivery.

This service is for the elderly, vulnerable, shielding and self isolating

Information about our doorstep deliveries within 15 miles of the store. They are separate from Home delivery .

You phone your order in to the call centre, and it gets delivered next day.

You pay the driver for your shopping by chip & pin or contactless.

Do you know someone who might need this service, please pass it on.

You can order on any day as we deliver 7 days a week.

There is no maximum spend, just phone in and order your groceries.

Morrisons Doorstep deliveries within 15 miles of the store. They are separate from Home delivery.
Morrisons Doorstep deliveries within 15 miles of the store. They are separate from Home delivery.

Delivery charge: £2.50

Give the a call to Peterhead on – 03456116111 or visite Morrisons website.


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