A KNARESBOROUGH charity store has opened its doors at a brand new location following a grand opening ceremony hosted by the Knaresborough town crier last week.
Moving just next door, the Saint Michael’s Hospice store in Knaresborough welcomed shoppers to its new shop at 36 Market Place, providing local people with a bigger, brighter space for even more high-quality donated goods.
The new premises stocks nearly-new high street, vintage and designer label clothing along with a variety of antiques, homeware, toys, and books.
Saint Michael’s charity shops help to raise vital funds for people living with terminal illness and bereavement across the Harrogate district.
Tony Collins, chief executive of Saint Michael’s, said: “We’re excited to be offering Knaresborough shoppers an even more rewarding shopping experience with the opening of this new store.
“Saint Michael’s stores are known for their high-quality, preloved items, welcoming environments and friendly volunteers and staff. Shopping at a Saint Michael’s community store helps fund more vital services for local people living with terminal illness and bereavement.
“We have always received fantastic support from the Knaresborough community and we hope shoppers will enjoy the new, bigger, brighter store, in turn enabling us to support even more local families.”