A TV star is set to reopen Thames Hospice's store in Windsor in light of lockdown restrictions easing on Monday, April 12.

The charity shop in Peascod Street is set to open their doors to shoppers at 10am on Monday and Only Fools and Horses actress Sue Holderness will be there too.

The much-loved telly star will be joined by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Mayor Bracknell John Story as well as the charities staff members.

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Thames Hospice said: "We are absolutely thrilled to confirm that we will be reopening all our Hospice charity stores on Monday 12 April 2021 and are having a bit of a celebration with staff and volunteers from 10am."

This isn't the first time the actress visited Berkshire.

In 2018, the Only Fools and Horses star, best known for playing Marlene, officially opened Thames Hospice's store in Bracknell.

Thames Valley Hospice is a local charity providing care for people living with life-limiting illnesses in East Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire.