A Penarth charity shop is looking for a new volunteer.

The Oxfam store, known for its impressive music department, seeks someone with an interest in sheet music to spare a few hours weekly.

The shop has gained an excellent reputation for its quality selection of second-hand vinyl, CDs, DVDs, cassettes, occasional musical instruments, and sheet music.

Caroline Mumford, shop manager, said: "Our committed music volunteers have had a very busy year and have managed to increase the shop's music income by over 25 per cent last year.

"Sheet music sells well in the shop but the current volunteers do not have enough time to price up all the sheet music donations.

"We are looking for someone to come in each week for a few hours to help sort through and price up all the sheet music which can date from as early as 1900 up to the present day."

New volunteers will receive training and ongoing guidance, joining a team of experienced music volunteers.

Ms Mumford added: "We are so grateful to all our customers for buying our goods as well as local people who have made music donations over the years.

"Their support continues to be vital to enabling the shop to offer our loyal customers such a choice of sheet music, vinyl records, CDs and cassettes."

The funds raised from sales support Oxfam projects locally and internationally.

Anyone interested in the position can get in touch with Caroline or Joe at the Oxfam store, 8 Windsor Road, Penarth.