Card shop pops up in town for Christmas

GREETINGS cards are one of the pleasures of birthdays and holidays, and now a shop dedicated to Christmas cards, stationery and gifts has sprung up for the season.

Cards for Good Causes (CFGC) was unable to run its Christmas shops during the pandemic period, but it is back this Christmas, based in the United Emmanuel church at the corner of Mount Ephraim and Grosvenor Road.

As the UK’s largest multi-charity card and gift retailer, CFGC sells a wide range of charity cards and gifts, stocking fillers, wrapping paper, diaries, calendars, decorations and tableware.

The Tunbridge Wells shop will be one of over 100 CFGC pop-up spots, aiming to help local and national charities raise £500,000 this Christmas season.

Good causes this year include the RNLI, Diabetes UK, Alzheimer’s Society UK, Epilepsy Action, MS Society, the British Heart Foundation and many more.

CFGC is itself a charity, which has raised over £40 million in the last 10 years.

Jeremy Lune, CEO of CFGC said: “We can’t wait to meet everyone this year in our shops! Please come volunteer with us, join us as a manager, or come and get your Christmas gifts while supporting the charities of your choice. I wish everyone a very festive Christmas and hope to see you soon.”

The Cards For Good Causes pop-up shop is open from 10am to 4pm at the United Emmanuel church, 1 Mount Ephraim until December 17.

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