Leigh charity plea

AN animal charity shop in Leigh is pleading for donations after a staggering 25% drop.

Each year, the PDSA charity reveals some of the most outstanding and unusual donations given to the charity, in its famous pink collection.

And among the usual donations of clothing, household items and books, the shop has revealed some of the most bizarre items donated which include: 60s boards games, old action figures and most bizarrely- a set of false teeth.

Amazingly, all these items were sold, but the store is struggling and has recorded a 25% fall in donations.

Spokesman for the PSDA, Andy Thomas said: “We are urging people to have a rummage through their belongings over the Easter break, any donations at all would be hugely welcomed.”

PDSA high street stores help support the charity’s vital veterinary work throughout the U.K. Its 50 PetAid Hospitals are located in all major towns and cities, which provide free treatment for the pets of people in Need. This service costs over £61 million a year to maintain and the charity is funded entirely by public Support.