A Cheam charity shop has reopened complete with a glamorous makeover after it was forced to close because of flooding.

St Raphael's Hospice shop in Cheam Village had its reopening at the end of February after flooding caused it to shut.

It has been fitted out with new carpet, paintwork and fixtures and has completely new stock.

Duncan Lebbell, retail manager for St Raphael’s shops, said: "We see the flood as more an opportunity to refurbish the shop and give it a spring clean.

"The store benefits from great local support, and this is a fantastic opportunity to provide a good shopping experience for all our loyal customers."

St Raphael's is always looking for new volunteers to help run the Cheam shop and is always in need of donations. Go to straphaels.org.uk