St Elizabeth’s open new charity shop in town centre

Charity / Thu 20th Sep 2018 at 01:06pm

ST Elizabeth’s opened their 11th charity shop on Tuesday 18th September on Terminus Street in Harlow. The charity have shops all over Herts and Essex, with three in Harlow – Staple Tye, Bush Fair and Terminus Street.

The new shop in Terminus Street will specialise in large furniture and clearance items – all at a fantastic price, and delivery services included! The crowds gathered at 10am to find a bargain, and by 10.30am, the shop had made over £200. By the end of the day, total takings totalled a staggering £1,276!

The shop is appealing for all sorts of donations, and anyone who might like to offer their time as a volunteer. All information can be obtained by either visiting the shop and speaking with Manager Neville, or emailing Area Retail Manager Angela at [email protected].

Founded in 1903, St Elizabeth’s supports over 240 vulnerable children, young people and adults with epilepsy and other complex medical conditions, the severity of which impacts upon their health, social, learning and emotional development. St Elizabeth’s offer access to high-quality, individualised care, education and leisure opportunities, helping them to live their lives to the fullest.

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