THE Original Factory Shop in Abergele and Caernarfon has partnered with the national disability charity, Sense, to support people with complex disabilities living in Wales.

From today (April 21), customers of The Original Factory Shop Abergele and Caernarfon will be able to donate clothing and toys in-store, which will then be passed on to Sense to be sold in their charity shops.

Proceeds from all donations will go towards the work of the charity, which supports people with disabilities and their families living in the community.

The partnership is designed to support and raise awareness of Sense, while helping customers unload their favorite possessions.

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Oliver Peck, Brand and Customer Director of Original Factory Shop, said: “We are very pleased to partner with Sense to bring this service to the communities of 20 stores nationwide.

“Their vision of a world where no one, no matter how complex their disability, is left behind, isolated or unable to fulfill their potential is something we feel inspired to help them achieve in our shared communities. .

“Starting today, customers can get rid of their favorite clothes and toys, with proceeds going to support people living with complex disabilities in their area.

Sense Corporate Partnerships Manager, Rachel Brown, added, “We look forward to working with The Original Factory Shop to grow our local networks, raise awareness and remove barriers so that people with disabilities feel supported in their local community. .

“Together, we will ensure that no one, no matter how complex their disability, is isolated, left behind or unable to fulfill their potential.”