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Only Fools and Horses star Sue Holderness officially opened a new charity shop in Gerrards Cross on Friday.

The actress, who played Marlene Boyce in the popular comedy show, cut the ribbon and celebratory cake at the new Thames Hospice charity shop on Packhorse Road on May 6.

She was joined by some of the hospice’s medical team, staff and patient Carol Ellis.

Cllr Chris Brown, chairman of Gerrards Cross Town Council, who was also part of the celebrations, said: “It was brilliant, Sue is a lovely person and we had a nice chat. The opening was nicely done and it was a beautiful day for it.

“It was really great of her to take time out to come down and show her support for the new shop, it has started it off very nicely.”

The television star said she “met great people” at the opening and urged her Twitter followers to support the new shop, which will help the charity raise the £7 million it needs each year to deliver end-of-life and palliative care in people’s homes and at its hospice in Windsor.