St Vinnie?s workers Tom Latter, left, Gwen King, John Hall and Anne Moloney.
St Vinnie?s workers Tom Latter, left, Gwen King, John Hall and Anne Moloney.

A brand new Vinnies



THE St Vincent De Paul Society's South Grafton Centre is once again ready to service the poor and needy ? only this time, the revamped centre's far better looking.

Its three-month renovation has just been completed and it will re-open to the public on Monday.

The swanky new premises still offers the traditional affordable clothing, homewares, books and bric-a-brac, but in a more modern retail setting.

In addition to this, they have included a modernised office, a dining room for volunteer staff and a new environment where St Patrick's Conference members can privately assist those people in the community who need a little extra help.

Regional representative John Hall said the refurbishments conformed to the modular design of St Vincent de Paul centres.

Mr Hall thanks everyone who made the renovation possible.



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