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Moray charity set to open doors again


By Alan Beresford

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A BUCKIE-based Moray-wide charity are getting ready to open again for business as the lockdown continues to ease.

MRO staff and volunteers gather at the charity's HQ opening in Buckie last year. Picture: Daniel Forsyth
MRO staff and volunteers gather at the charity's HQ opening in Buckie last year. Picture: Daniel Forsyth

Moray Reach Out (MRO) opened their new headquarters, which includes a thrift shop, on Buckie's East Church Street last year.

However, as with other non-essential businesses, the doors closed when the lockdown was imposed in March.

However, the charity are delighted to announce that the thrift shop will once again be open to welcome customers from tomorrow.

It will mark a phased return to businesses for the shop, with initial opening times restricted to 9.30am to 1.30pm from Wednesday through to Friday each week until further notice.

While the shop has been closed stock has been new additions to stock have been received through donations.

Customers are kindly asked to respect the Covid-19 measures in place for their own safety and that of other customers and staff.

Further updates can be found on the MRO Facebook page.

MRO aim to provide training opportunities for vulnerable adults and promote greater community understanding of their needs.

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