Tewkesbury town centre is looking forward to welcoming the return of a pop up shop in time for Christmas.Save the Children's Tewkesbury branch will be opening their shop for two days only, this Friday and Saturday,16th and 17th November, at 7 Barton Street (formerly the Nationwide) by kind permission of Les Buchanan.
There will be over 20 stalls run by small local stallholders selling a huge variety of goods including handmade items, gifts,cakes, cards and the all important Christmas puddings!
Save the Children works in 120 countries across the world including the UK helping more than 80 million children each year.They save children's lives, fight for their rights and help them fulfil their potential.
Save the Children's spokesman Susie Purslow said " This is an ideal opportunity for Save the Children to help support local stallholders whilst also raising money in a fun and enjoyable way. We look forward to welcoming lots of eager shoppers through our doors!"
The shop will be open from 10-4 on Friday 16th November and from 9-4 on Saturday 17th November with the raffle being drawn at 3.30 on the Saturday. All proceeds to Save the Children. For further information about Tewkesbury branch ring 01684 299298