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Did you see St Elizabeth Hospice’s Christmas flash mob at Sailmakers shopping centre today?

PUBLISHED: 21:04 19 November 2016 | UPDATED: 21:04 19 November 2016

Sailmakers Shopping Precinct in Ipswich see a flash mob of xmas jumpers for charity St Elizabeth Hospice in the town on Saturday
19.11.2016

Sailmakers Shopping Precinct in Ipswich see a flash mob of xmas jumpers for charity St Elizabeth Hospice in the town on Saturday 19.11.2016

Shoppers at Sailmakers shopping centre in Ipswich got a surprise today as they were treated to a festive flash mob raising awareness of Woolly Pully Week.

Sailmakers Shopping Precinct in Ipswich see a flash mob of xmas jumpers for charity St Elizabeth Hospice in the town on Saturday
19.11.2016Sailmakers Shopping Precinct in Ipswich see a flash mob of xmas jumpers for charity St Elizabeth Hospice in the town on Saturday 19.11.2016

Dancers dressed in their favourite Christmas jumpers descended on the centre at 10.30am as part of the St Elizabeth Hospice campaign.

Nigel Donkin, community partnership manager at the hospice said: “The support from Sailmakers for Woolly Pully Week has been incredible and they’re really looking forward to getting involved with this festive campaign.

“The flash mob is a great way to raise awareness of the week with the people of Ipswich and, at this time of year, it’s great that we’ve been welcomed into the warm and dry to do it.”

For more details of the campaign visit www.stelizabthhospice.org.uk/woollypully


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