By Haddenham Webteam - 7th July 2016 8:00am
The Florence Nightingale Hospice Shop in Thame is to celebrate its first birthday with a half-price sale on Tuesday 19th July.
The Shop, which opened at Number 5 Cornmarket in Thame in July 2015, will hold a special one-day only half-price sale to celebrate the anniversary, and there will be a cake sale and a tombola at the Shop as well.
"We are very grateful to our shoppers in Thame for their support, both in shopping with us and also for donating so many lovely things for us to sell," said Rachel Trendell, the Thame Shop Manager. "We're delighted to be celebrating our first year, and hope that everyone will come and celebrate with us and enjoy a bargain and a piece of birthday cake at the same time!"
There is also a small Florence Nightingale Hospice Shop and charity donation drop-off point at Fort End (near the bakery) in Haddenham.
All the profits from Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity Shops go towards providing specialist palliative care to patients, and support to individuals and families coping with life-limiting illnesses in the local area.
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