MP drops in at charity store

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VOLUNTEERS at a South Yorkshire charity shop were visited by their local MP.

Denis MacShane, who represents Rotherham, called into the DEBRA shop, on Frederick Street, in the town centre.

The store helps raise funds and awareness of Epidermolysis Bullosa, a very rare genetic condition in which the skin and internal body linings blister at the slightest knock or rub, causing painful, open wounds.

Mr MacShane, who called in to mark National Charities Week 2012, said “I was pleased to be able to lend my support to Debra. EB is a terrible, debilitating condition and I have nothing but respect and admiration for the workers and volunteers at the shop.”