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Businesses give helping hand to Spalding charity shop after break-ins




Fardous Ali is giving ten per cent of its takings to St Barnabas Hospice. Pictured FLtoRTaiyba Masaug. Fardous Ali. Sahra Ali.. (3618650)
Fardous Ali is giving ten per cent of its takings to St Barnabas Hospice. Pictured FLtoRTaiyba Masaug. Fardous Ali. Sahra Ali.. (3618650)

A Spalding charity shop rocked by two break-ins within four days has been given a helping hand by two businesses in the town.

Customers of Westlode Fisheries, in Westlode Street, can buy fish, chips and other takeaways tomorrow (Friday) knowing that ten per cent of the takings will be donated to St Barnabas Hospice.

At least £800 in cash was stolen from the charity's shop in Market Place overnight between Monday and Tuesday of last week.


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