The Town Mayor, Cllr Nichola Dixon, had the honour of cutting the ribbon to the latest addition to Thame's High Street. Local charity, Florence Nightingale Hospice, opened their sixth charity shop in the area on Tuesday 21 July. The shop, located on Cornmarket, will specialise in children's wear whilst also offering ladies and menswear, handbags and jewellery.
Phil Moody, Head of Retail at Florence Nightinghale Hospice is delighted with the new store: “We’ve been working on this project for a long time now and the shop has come together nicely. We have some great children’s wear items up for sale – with a selection of donated kids’ swimwear, for our opening, courtesy of Sunuva, so we’re hoping this will really go down well with local families.”
Photos courtesy of Nick White