A "vibrant" new fashion store is set to open in a High Wycombe shopping centre next month. 

Newlife the Charity for Disabled Children, a national charity supporting disabled children and their families across the UK, will be opening its first store in the South East in the Eden Shopping Centre on Eden Walk, next to Boots.

The High Wycombe store will become the tenth across the UK – and will provide 50 new jobs, with vacancies still available.

The new store will offer high street brands at "rock bottom prices", all while helping the Newlife charity. 

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The Eden Shopping Centre store will be Newlife's biggest so far and will stock ex-high street ladies, men's and children's clothing and more. 

Newlife is different to traditional charity shops because it does not take stock donations from the public - instead, it works with retailers and manufacturers across the UK and Europe who donate new surplus stock that would otherwise go to landfill. 

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Andrew Murphy-Hayes, Newlife Head of Retail Stores, said: “We are hugely excited to be opening our High Wycombe store, which is also our first store in the South East. 

"Not only will it be a great place to snap up the latest looks for less, it means more jobs for the community, and of course it means Newlife can continue to provide disabled and terminally children and their families with the vital equipment and support they desperately need.

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“Shopping at Newlife means you can look good, feel good and do good. Without Newlife many children would simply have to go without the vital equipment they need, such as specialist beds, seating and wheelchairs that keep them safe, free from pain and able to fulfil their potential – so the more you shop, the bigger the difference you can make.”

Newlife provides equipment for disabled and terminally ill children through grants and an emergency equipment loan service.

The charity also has a Play Therapy Pod loan service, packed with specialist toys, and a nurse run helpline to provide experienced support.

For more information about vacancies at Newlife High Wycombe visit newlifecharity.co.uk/jobs which lists all Newlife’s currently available roles.