A popular Stroud charity shop is set to reopen in new premises.
Razmachaz, set up three years ago to help refugees, has raised thousands of pounds for people without shelter all over the world.
The shop had been threatened with closure but today will move from its position on the High Street to its new home on Kendrick Street.
Selling vintage clothes and other items, the shop is entirely volunteer-run.
Manager Jed Vaughan has asked for volunteers to help with the the move, taking place at 5.30pm today.