A much-loved charity shop has reopened at new premises in Stroud.

Rasmachaz had its grand reopening on Saturday, in its new home on Kendrick Street.

A live Dub Reggae set was held at the shop to celebrate its reopening.

The shop, which sells vintage clothes and other items, had temporarily closed when its old premises on the high street were sold.

Rasmachaz, set up three years ago to help refugees, has raised thousands of pounds for people without shelter all over the world.

To see pictures from the grand reopening click the gallery above.