Charity shop workers are celebrating after raising £2,576 through an exhibition at their Raynes Park store.

Shop manager of The Princess Alice Hospice store on Coombe Lane, Maureen Creely said the one day exhibition was a huge hit.

She said: “We’re so pleased that to date the exhibition has raised this money for the hospice.

“We had lots of support from the local community for which we’re really grateful.”

The exhibition was held on March 25 when Maureen, supported by her staff and volunteers, gave potential buyers detailed information on items and talked them through catalogues.

Customers were also welcomed to drinks provided by Waitrose and Co-op and were invited to look through paintings, children’s books, hand-drawn cartoons and handmade wooden toys.

Princess Alice Hospice is based in Esher and is dedicated to providing free, care and support for patients, their families and carers.