Staff at East Lancashire Hospice have announced their shops have recently undergone a transformation to display the charity's identity more clearly.

The charity shops in Great Harwood, Wilpshire, and Clitheroe have recently been revamped, moving away from Daisy’s Boutiques to East Lancashire Hospice Boutiques and shops.

A change in name and signage has been noticed by many, but 'the heart and soul of the shops remain exactly the same'.

New East Lancashire Hospice signage is now 'proudly displayed' for customers to stroll by and wander into.

This update reflects East Lancashire Hospice’s 'commitment' to local communities and helps 'enhance the brand awareness' of East Lancashire Hospice.

Every purchase or donation made at the shops directly supports the vital work of East Lancashire Hospice, ensuring that they can continue to provide compassionate care when it is needed most.

Claire Shilton, head of retail at East Lancashire Hospice said: “We are really excited to share with you our new shop signage.

"Often customers did not realise that the Daisy Boutique stores were actually East Lancashire Hospice stores, and this change will help to reinstate East Lancashire Hospice’s presence in the local community.”

Inside the shops, customers will still discover the same array of quality items at budget-friendly prices.

From clothing to homeware, to books and toys, there's something for everyone, 'just waiting to be discovered'.

Whether you are a loyal customer, a generous donor, or a dedicated volunteer, East Lancashire Hospice invites you to come and visit their shops.

For more information, visit the East Lancashire Hospice's Trust website.