The St Elizabeth Hospice shop in Dogs Head Street in Ipswich is hosting a week-long pop-up vinyl shop, with more than 900 records on sale.
It opens on Monday 6th January and is expected to be hugely popular with music fans looking to grab some bargains and fill the gaps in their collections.
Shop manager Cerys Lugo-Packman said “Vinyl has been enjoying a recent surge in popularity, and thanks to the generosity of people who donate to our shops, we’ve got some really great records in store.
“We’re hoping this pop-up shop will help show people that they can find fantastic music deals in our shops, and will help encourage more people to consider donating their vinyl to us in the future. The money raised from the sale will help us fund the Hospice”
The shop is open from 9am-4.30pm.
St Elizabeth Hospice has 26 shops across East Suffolk and South Norfolk. To find your nearest shop, visit www.stelizabethhospice.org.uk/shops
St Elizabeth Hospice provides services free of charge to patients and their families in East Suffolk and South Norfolk and relies on fundraising and donations to meet most of its £9.1m a year running costs.