Community volunteers open charity book shop in Sedbergh

The Westmorland Gazette: At the official opening of the new Clutterbooks charity shop in Sedbergh are (left to right) Sheila Blackwell, Anne Reed Screen, Ellen Morrison, Liz Higgs, Pat Ramsden, David Ramsbottom, Jacqueline Smith and Jennifer Wheaton At the official opening of the new Clutterbooks charity shop in Sedbergh are (left to right) Sheila Blackwell, Anne Reed Screen, Ellen Morrison, Liz Higgs, Pat Ramsden, David Ramsbottom, Jacqueline Smith and Jennifer Wheaton

A NEW community charity bookshop called Clutterbooks has opened on Main Street in Sedbergh.

The new shop is an off-shoot of Clutterbooks and Clobber, also on Main Street, which, in five years, has received huge community support and raised more than £100,000 – much of which has already been invested in initiatives throughout Sedbergh, Dent and Garsdale.

Clutterbooks will operate under the auspices of the Sedbergh and District Community Information Office, a charity established to promote and support activities and projects which benefit the community.

Long-serving volunteer Ann Reed Screen cut the ribbon at the shop’s official opening.

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