Pink Pig to donate profit sales to Nepal on last day of trading

Kate Barton of Pink Pig, formerly Record Savings, with some of the records on sale.
Kate Barton of Pink Pig, formerly Record Savings, with some of the records on sale.
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A popular independent Banbury records shop will be donating 50 per cent of any profit made from their last day of trading tomorrow (Saturday) towards the Nepal Earthquake Appeal.

Pink Pig in Church Lane will close after a six-month period after they took over an empty unit back in November. The store sells a mixture of vinyls, CDs and posters as well as gifts but are looking to expand online.

Its Real Record Day sale continues throughout the store, with up to 30 per cent off across the shop and profits will go towards the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC).

It is estimated more than 6,000 people have died and 13,000 injured following last Saturday’s 7.8-magnitude quake, which has affected vast areas including Nepal’s capital Kathmandu.