Charity shop hit by vandals

I am becoming ashamed of calling myself an Exmothian after seeing the damage some mindless hooligans have caused.

I am becoming ashamed of calling myself an Exmothian after seeing the damage some mindless hooligans have caused.

Sometime last Tuesday night, graffiti was scratched onto the Grade II listed windows of the Sue Ryder Charity shop.

Replacing these windows is very expensive, in the region of �500 each. This deprives the charity of much-needed income to support the care of patients with life-threatening conditions from the donations so kindly given to the charity.

Valerie Morgan,


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3 Hazeldene Gardens, Exmouth

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