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Pop-up Christmas card shop returns to Southwold to raise vital funds for charities

PUBLISHED: 13:06 13 November 2017

Cards for Good Causes have set up shop in Southwold Arts Centre. Photo Courtesy of Cards for Good Causes.

Cards for Good Causes have set up shop in Southwold Arts Centre. Photo Courtesy of Cards for Good Causes.

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A pop-up Christmas card shop has sprung up in Southwold to help raise money for a range of national charities.

Cards for Good Causes have set up shop in Southwold Arts Centre. Photo Courtesy of Cards for Good Causes.Cards for Good Causes have set up shop in Southwold Arts Centre. Photo Courtesy of Cards for Good Causes.

Cards for Good Causes will be selling cards, candles and a range of other seasonal products from Southwold Arts Centre, in Edmund’s Hall, Cumberland Road.

The charity has operated in the town since 1994 and this year moved to a new location.

Mary Cronin, area organiser, said: “Buying charity Christmas cards is one of the simplest ways to support good causes this season.

“The proceeds from every card or product sold make a vital contribution to the work of the charities that we partner.”

The Southwold pop-up shop is part of a network of more than 300 temporary shops run by Cards for Good Causes.

It represents more than 250 charities including Cancer Research UK, Alzheimer’s Society and NSPCC.

More than £40 million has been raised by the charity over the past 10 years.

For more information visit: www.cardsforcharity.co.uk

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