VET charity, PDSA, is appealing for volunteers to help at its Chester-Le-Street shop to help raise funds for sick and injured pets.

Located at Front Street, Chester-Le-Street PDSA shop raises money to provide free and low cost vet care for those who struggle to pay treatment costs for their sick and injured pets.

Shop manager, Adele Corke, said: “We’re looking for enthusiastic volunteers who can lend a hand at our shop.

“Volunteering for PDSA is fun and the skills you learn look great on any CV, plus you get to meet new people and make some friends along the way.

“No previous retail experience is needed, as full training is provided for all new volunteers.

“So, if you would like to help sick and injured pets, why not join our friendly volunteer team here at Chester-Le-Street PDSA shop?”

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PDSA said the Covid-19 pandemic has had a massive impact on the charity’s shops.

The safety and wellbeing of staff, volunteers and customers means the charity has robust safety measures in place following the latest government guidelines. To find out more visit PDSA’s charity shops page.

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