Norwich PDSA charity shop’s appeal for donations

PUBLISHED: 12:02 08 January 2018 | UPDATED: 12:02 08 January 2018

The PDSA charity shop in Norwich is appealing for donations . Photo: Bill Smith

The PDSA charity shop in Norwich is appealing for donations . Photo: Bill Smith


Staff and volunteers at an animal charity shop are appealing for donations.

The Norwich PDSA shop on Queens Road is in need of unwanted items to help treat sick and injured pets.

PDSA, founded in 1917 by animal welfare pioneer Maria Dickin, is the UK’s leading veterinary charity.

Items needed from the Norwich store include CDs, DVDs, books and toys, as well as men’s and women’s clothes, shoes and accessories.

Donations can be taken to the shop from Monday to Saturday, between 9am and 5pm.

PDSA shop manager, Dawn Cowie, said: “Why not have a clear-out this weekend and donate your unwanted items to PDSA? As well as de-cluttering your home, you’ll be helping raise money for the pets of local people in need.”

PDSA operates through a UK-wide network of 48 pet hospitals

For information about the Norwich PDSA shop call 01603 619126.

For information about PDSA, visit

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