Volunteering duo, Joyce Hughes and Margaret Wiltshire are celebrating a decade in business. The 88-year-olds have been running the St Anne's Church shop in Ynyshir in the Rhondda Valley since it was set up ten years ago.
The charity shop is the only store in the village and this week, celebrations will be held to mark its success with a service of rededication led by the vicar of Ynyshir, Father Paul Bigmore.
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