A new African charity shop supporting victims of domestic violence has opened its doors in High Wycombe.

The shop, which opened at Units 121 to 122 on East Richardson Street on Friday, March 15, is run by coaching centre Jewins Women2Women and sells predominantly African products including traditional clothes and crafts.

Jewins Women2Women opened a charity branch in Oxford back in 2022 and is continuing to expand its outreach to help fund its services to women and girls from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups (BAME) who have suffered domestic abuse.

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The independent social enterprise is based in Oxfordshire and has provided pastoral and cultural support, employment, advocacy and immigration support to women suffering or feeling domestic abuse for the past decade.

It recently received funding from Oxfordshire County Council’s innovation panel to provide additional online counselling and coaching support for its target demographic.