Ayr Rotary club has made a financial donation to one of the town’s most innovative and conscientious new shops.

The Inconvenience Store has been up and running for a few weeks now but found themselves lacking space to store all of their produce.

The Ayr Rotary Club was only too happy to give the Inconvenience Store £1000 to install shelving in the shop and storage areas to accommodate their growing amount of stock.

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This has given a crucial help to the function of the operation which will be of huge benefit to those needing support. .

The Inconvenience Store, set up by Angela Iver offers food and necessities at a price everybody can afford.

People give only what they can, paying a little if they are able and preserving their personal dignity.

Angela has developed links with local supermarkets, shops and wholesalers to take their surplus stock so she can pass it on to those who are in need of support. Some supplies come from further away but it all comes as generous gifts.

One donation was of 1200 bars of soap – essential need for an active family.

Angela Iver of the Inconvenience store is pictured in the photo.