May 31, 2023

Moving House or Updating

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Furnishings with KAR


We published an article as shown below about KAR’s new HOUSE & HOME charity shop in Girne and we would like to remind local residents that Kyrenia Animal Rescue are always looking for fresh supplies of furniture for their shop and they would like you to see their message:

“We can make arrangements to collect furniture items if necessary.

 All the money raised from the sale of these goods will go to help the stray and abandoned animals and KAR’s work in the community.

 Contact the KAR office on 0533 8694098 or via email, Shop supervisor Gwen 0533 8689497 or pop into any of KAR retail outlets.”


KAR opens new shop in Girne

By Margaret Sheard….

Audrey Ellison
Audrey Ellison cuts the ribbon

Kyrenia Animal Rescue (KAR) officially opened a new shop in Girne on Monday 18th May and Audrey Ellison, a long time resident of the TRNC gave a short speech and cut the ribbon.  The new shop is situated near to the existing shop opposite the Kyrenia Tavern and a short walk from the main car park past the Fire Station.

The new shop will be selling household items and linens and some furniture items so will be an added attraction to the existing shop which sells many items of clothing and bric-a-brac.  Both shops are open from 9am to 3pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 1pm on Saturdays, volunteers to help in the shops are always needed so if anyone is interested please contact Gwen Cassell on the number shown below.

Gwen Cassell, Marion Youdon , Ann Bosley
l-r Gwen Cassell, Marion Youdon , Ann Bosley

Gwen Cassell, a long time volunteer and supporter of KAR is responsible for both shops and can easily work between the two as they are so close together.

I am sure this will be an added bonus to raise much needed funds with a wider range of items for sale and cyprusscene wish the new shop every success.

If anyone has any unwanted items they would like to donate to either of the shops please call Gwen on 0533 868 9497


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