The London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy has rebranded its charity shop in Crouch End Broadway.
The new name is said to highlight the charity’s aim to support lots more children and adults to gain skills, confidence and independance.
The business says the expensive rebrand was made possible thanks to “two generous funders”.
But not everyone is happy with the rebrand. A former volunteer and customer told us, “The prices are now much higher and the new layout feels a lot more cluttered and disorganised. The shop just doesn’t feel cared for anymore.”
To learn more about CPotential visit the charity’s new web site here: http://cpotential.org.uk