A temporary charity shop has been opened in Bodmin by the foster parents of a Ukrainian teenager facing deportation.
Terence and Heather Voysey brought 14-year-old Iryna Mynich to the UK after her mother was murdered. But Iryna now faces being deported back to the Ukraine. Her foster parents say she has nowhere to go. They've opened the shop to raise money for legal fees to fight to keep Iryna in the UK.
Today is the last day of trading for the shop. Most of it's products have been donated by local traders.
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