Martin House Children’s Hospice will be opening its ninth store on Thursday 22nd
January at 11am. The new shop is on 7 Market Place. Retail Manager, Stephanie Rimmington, along with the Mayor of Wetherby, Cllr Harry Chapman, and hospice Ambassador Christine Talbot will be opening the shop, with the store’s best quality children’s wear, nursery goods and designer clothes out for sale. To be in with a chance of bagging an amazing bargain, make sure you arrive before 11am, as the best clothes are expected to fly off the shelves in record time.
Last year Martin House Children’s Hospice celebrated their 27th
Anniversary. Stephanie Rimmington, Retail and Development Manager at Martin House comments “We are delighted to be able to announce the opening of another Martin House shop. We’ve saved up all the best quality clothes and designer handbags and shoes to go on sale the day it opens. Come early to grab the best bargains! We also need volunteers and stock so please do come along and support the shop.”
Martin House Charity Shops provide a vital income steam for the hospice in a very challenging economic climate. All of the money raised from the shop goes to support the children’s hospice, based in Boston Spa near Wetherby, which relies almost entirely on donations and fundraising to raise over £4.9 million a year, allowing them to provide vital care and support for local children and their families.
Any goods to be donated to the shop can be dropped off at 7 Market Street from Thursday. Interested volunteers should contact Rachel at Martin House on 01937 845045 email@example.com