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The pop-up Christmas card shop selling Cards For Good Causes opened on Saturday. It will open each day from Monday to Saturday until 19th December.

Due to the coronavirus restrictions and the non-availability of some of the volunteers, this year it will be operating on reduced hours from 10am to 2pm. The shop is set up downstairs in Room 2 of the community centre, so please use that entrance, rather than the church entrance.

Shop manager John Miskin said, "There is a choice of over 30 Local & National charities as well as Christmas gifts. It has been very hard for all charities this year so please support them by buying your Christmas cards from us. Over 70% of the sales are given back to the charities. Check the packaging of charity cards sold in supermarkets and see the difference!"

For the Cards For Good Causes website, click here.

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