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Ipswich branch of Cards for Good Causes opens its doors

PUBLISHED: 09:00 01 November 2017

The  Cards for Good Causes pop-up charity Christmas card shop is now open in the  Ipswich Tourist Information Centre.  Picture:SARAH LUCY BROWN

The Cards for Good Causes pop-up charity Christmas card shop is now open in the Ipswich Tourist Information Centre. Picture:SARAH LUCY BROWN

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The UK’s largest multi- charity Christmas card organisation has opened up its doors Ipswich shop ready for the festive season.

Sandra Cook and Lesley Dolphin cut the ribbon.Picture:SARAH LUCY BROWN Sandra Cook and Lesley Dolphin cut the ribbon.Picture:SARAH LUCY BROWN

Cards for Good causes has opened up the doors to its pop-up shop in the Tourist Information Centre at St Stephen’s Church.

The shop will sell a range of Christmas cards as well as wrapping paper, tags and advent calenders to support both local and national charities.

Local photographer, Ken Rivers, will showcase his work in the card collection with a picture of Cornhill being sold exclusively as a local design.

Gifts such as tea towels, napkins and candles will also be on offer at the pop-up shops.

Sandra Cook, Shop Manager for Cards for Good Causes said: “Buying charity Christmas cards is one of the simplest ways to support good causes this festive season and we stock one of the widest ranges of Christmas cards anywhere.”

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