Op Shop opens for 2020

Op Shop opens after break.

Op Shop opens after break.

Hello fellow Sunshiners.

We hope everyone had a lovely Christmas and new year with family and friends.

We hope everyone is feeling safe during the terrible weather we are experiencing at the moment.

We are back at the Far West Op Shop after a well earned break and ready for a busy year.

To everyone who has celebrated their birthday already this month, we hope that you had a lovely day.

Unfortunately I have no birthdays this week in the birthday book.

There has to be someone out there having a birthday this week think about calling into the Far West Op Shop and talking to one of our ladies about joining the Sunshine Club.

They will be only to pleased to enroll you. The price is still the same, 20 cents per person, per year. How cheap is that?

Our shop hours are 9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday and 9am to 12pm on Saturday.

There is also a pick-up and delivery service available for anyone who has furniture they would like to donate to the shop.

Give the shop a call on 68514028 during opening hours to speak to one of our ladies who will be able to help you.

Thank you to the people who have already donated saleable items since we reopened last week.

It is lovely to have the support of the local community.

Please remember to not leave items outside the doors while we are closed.

As you all probably know by now, there will be no more cash bingo of a Saturday afternoon as our caller has called it a day after many years.

The Eugowra ladies will be continuing with their bingo afternoons in February. I will let you know when, as it gets closer.

Bye for now.

Little Pattie.

The Sunshine Club Op Shop located in Templar Street raises funds for the Royal Far West Children's Charity, providing health services to country children and their families.

The Sunshine Club was founded in May, 1939 and has been supporting the Royal Far West Children's Charity for almost 81 years.

The Royal Far West formed in 1924 to connect country kids to healthcare.

To find out more about what they do or support their work go online to royalfarwest.org.au