Let's go retro for Hospice

Followers of retro and vintage fashion will be in for a treat when a special Hospice shop opens in Halesworth.
St Elizabeth Hospice, an independent charity which has 11 shops throughout East Suffolk, will stock donations of vintage and retro items only at the I-Chameleon premises in Thoroughfare.
It will be open for seven days only from 22nd July to 29th July, 10am to 4pm (except Thursdays when it is half day closing).
St Elizabeth Hospice retail sales manager Jason Rudderham said: “We know there is a huge market for vintage and retro clothes and items so we have hand-picked the best from our donated stock to sell in Halesworth. Our volunteers have already held vintage stalls in Woodbridge and on Ipswich Waterfront and they were very popular.”
All profits will help fund the Hospice which costs £6.6 million a year to run and relies on the generosity of the local community.
St Elizabeth Hospice, which cares for patients throughout East Suffolk, including Halesworth, is the latest in a line of charities to have occupied the empty I-Chameleon shop unit for one week only.



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