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Designer charity store pops up again

Designer charity store pops up again

Sunday 20 October 2019

Designer charity store pops up again


A charity shop offering "preloved" designer shoes, clothes and handbags at a fraction of the price will be popping up again later this month.

The 'Preloved to Reloved' pop-up took over a space in Liberty Wharf for a week in summer to raise money for palliative care charity Jersey Hospice.

The shop sold new and nearly new men’s and ladies' designer clothes and accessories, without the designer price tag.

So popular was the idea that a date has now been fixed for the pop-up shop's return.

It will be located in Liberty Wharf again, and will this time be stocking items that would be perfect for a present to a loved one ahead of the Christmas season.

Julie Jubb, Retail Manager for Jersey Hospice Care, said she is looking forward to seeing customers new and old.

"We were overwhelmed with the response when we opened our first pop-up shop in July and many customers have stayed in touch, following our social media channels to view our new items. We have received lots more designer items since then and can’t wait to show them to our customers," she commented.

Julie added: "As well as grabbing a designer bargain, every purchase will also help us to care for people in Jersey going through a difficult time. For example, if you spent £60 on an item, it could pay for one week’s supply of oxygen to our in Patient Unit."

The shop will be open from Saturday 26 October to Sunday 3November, 10:00 to 17:00.

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