Extension spreads the Love (Shack)

New Loveshack Hobby Shop on South Street, Boston. Officially opened by disabled girl Jeanie Walsh-Dodd, five. Pictured with founder of the charity Karen Ward, volunteers and committee members.
New Loveshack Hobby Shop on South Street, Boston. Officially opened by disabled girl Jeanie Walsh-Dodd, five. Pictured with founder of the charity Karen Ward, volunteers and committee members.

Children’s charity Love Shack has opened its extension to its existing charity shop.

The new hobby shop, at the charity’s premises on South Street, was opened by five-year-old Jeanie Walsh-Dodd, who was helped by the charity recently.

The new extension sells books, collectables, traditional toys, vintage items, knitting wool, LPs and jewellery.

Charity founder Karen Ward said: “This will complement our existing shop that already sells clothes, shoes, bags, DVDs, bric-a-brac and household items.”

Love Shack (Love for Sick, Homeless and Courageous Kids) was set up in 2003 and looks to help children in Kenya, the UK and Ireland.

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Pictured above is Jeanie-Walsh-Dodd with charity founder Karen Ward, volnteers and committee members.