The Myton Hospices is opening its latest charity shop in time for Christmas, thanks to the speedy assistance of Nick Watts.

Nick Watts, a commercial solicitor here at Blythe Liggins, has pulled out all the stops to ensure completion on the property in Atherstone, near Nuneaton – the charity’s 18th shop – before the Christmas rush.
Mr Watts said: “We needed to complete in plenty of time for it to be refurbished and fitted out as a shop. It looked as if it was going down to the wire but we persuaded the other parties to pull out all the stops and get the job done well before Christmas.”

Myton’s corporate development manager Hannah Morris said that it was important that they caught the Christmas trade as its network of shops provided about £1 million of the £6 million plus required each year to run the charity’s three hospices.

The charity began in 1982 with the opening of Myton Hospice in Warwick, followed by the Rugby Myton Hospice day centre in 2002 and the Coventry Myton Hospice last year.

Myton Hospices, which has more than 500 volunteers, offers palliative care to those with life-limiting conditions.
CAPTION: Nick Watts from Blythe Liggins and Hannah Morris, corporate development manager at The Myton Hospices, with some of the goods on sale at the charity shops.

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