Update your wardrobe and make some space

ARE YOU thinking of clearing some space to make room for Christmas or looking for a new party outfit to get you noticed during the festive season?

If you are low on funds or don’t want to spend a fortune then look no further than Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland.

Head along to Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland’s shop situated at 80 Castle Street in Forfar where the staff members will be delighted to help you find something to liven up your party and Christmas wardrobe.

You will also find a selection of nearly new gifts to offer you inspiration for gift ideas which are perfect for Christmas time and are also in great condition as well as the charity’s exciting new range of Christmas cards which include unique Scottish-themed designs where the Christmas greeting inside is also duplicated in Gaelic.

With Christmas only a few weeks away, it is now the perfect time to have a good old clear out and make some space around the home,

Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland would love to accept your good quality clothing, accessories, books and collectables which will be put towards the good and worthy cause.

Also bear in mind that Christmas is a time for giving so perhaps you would consider giving the charity some of your time by volunteering.

There are lots of interesting roles on offer in the store and manager Tracey Brown would be delighted to welcome you to her friendly team.

If you are interested in volunteering some of your free time to the charity then why not pop into the shop and enquire?

Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland improves the quality of life for people in Scotland affected by chest, heart and stroke illnesses through medical research, by influencing public policy, offering advice and information and offering support in the community of those affected.

There are Group and Outreach Communication Support Services which provide both help and support to people who have had a stroke and also their families. There are also Chest Heart and Stroke Nurses who help stroke patients make the transition from hospital back into their community.

There is a useful Advice Line which offers both confidential and independent advice about chest, heart and stroke related issues and questions and you can speak to someone at the advice line in confidence by telephoning 0845 077 6000.

There is also plenty of useful information and links which can be found on the charity’s website at www.chss.org.uk.