Thousands raised since opening of charity shop
Generous customers at a charity shop in Paulton have raised money for hospital equipment.
The Paulton Hospital charity shop, in the High Street, has raised £7,500 since it was opened in its new location.
The money has been used to buy two intravenous pumps and four syringes for use at Paulton Hospital.
Managers Terry and Caroline Wynne presented the equipment to ward manager Christina Ring.
Mr Wynne said: "We are all very proud of the new premises, which have enabled us to continue the fundraising for Paulton Hospital and our community, and thank everyone for their support."
Donations are always needed for the shop, in particular furniture, toys and paperback books.
A Christmas raffle will be launched next month, with lots of prizes already donated.
The shop will also be selling a number of Christmas cards and festive decorations.
Anyone who would like to donate items can drop them off at the shop.