A new charity shop will open its doors on the Norfolk Broads later this month.

Break is launching its latest venue in the former Farm to Fork and Fish building opposite the Recruiting Sergeant in Horstead at 10am on April 30.

The store will sell a range of pre-loved items ranging from clothes and books to homeware and electronics.

Eastern Daily Press: Signs announcing the opening have been placed in the building's windowsSigns announcing the opening have been placed in the building's windows (Image: Vicky Pritchard)

Break works to "make life better for children and young people on the edge of care, in care and leaving care".

The Horstead branch will be the charity’s 32nd shop in Norfolk and dozens more can be found in Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Bristol, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and Somerset. 

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Lesley Leigh, Break's head of retail, said: "We are delighted to be opening this new shop in Horstead.

"We've had lots of support from the residents and think this will be a great shop for the community.

"Our shops play an important part in helping us raise essential funds to help young lives and we can’t wait to welcome customers, volunteers and donators."