Sheeran’s support for the Hospice continues

Global pop sensation Ed Sheeran has made another donation to a local charity shop.

The St Elizabeth Hospice shop in Framlingham has received eight items of clothing from Ed’s dressing room at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.

The clothes were brought back from the USA by his mother Imogen, and are now on sale in the shop in Market Hill.

Items of clothing include T-shirts, hats and Ed’s ‘We the North’ jacket.

This isn’t the first time the Hospice has been lucky enough to benefit from Ed’s generosity. In February 2014, Ed donated eight bags of clothes to the shop, raising more than £4,000 to help provide local Hospice care for local people.

Shop Manager Rachail Pollard said: “We’re so lucky to have Ed’s support, and we’re sure that these latest donations will be quickly snapped up by eager fans.

“If you’d like the chance to get hold of a unique piece of Ed Sheeran memorabilia, I suggest you pay us a visit as soon as you can.” 

The Hospice shop is open from Monday to Saturday, from 9am – 5pm.


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