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Football legend Frank McLintock to open Nightingale Cancer Support Centre shop
Football legend Frank McLintock is set to officially open a charity shop in Oakwood tomorrow.
The former Arsenal skipper, who was made an MBE in 1972, will open the Nightingale Cancer Support Centre shop in Bramley Road at 10am.
The 72-year-old star retired in 1977 after playing more than 700 times for Leicester City, Arsenal and Queens Park Rangers.
The revamped Nightingale charity shop is the second in the borough – the other in Baker Street in Forty Hill.
Joan Kearns, director of services and development at the nightingale cancer support centre said: “We are delighted to be opening our second shop in Oakwood and it is heartening to see how our staff and volunteers have rallied round to ensure that it is up and running on time.
“I would urge everyone to pop in and see some of the wonderful things that people have so kindly donated.”