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St Nicholas Hospice Care’s charity warehouse in Bury St Edmunds opens for a sale

PUBLISHED: 13:57 03 January 2018 | UPDATED: 13:57 03 January 2018

St Nicholas Hospice Care

St Nicholas Hospice Care

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If you’re looking for a post Christmas bargain and on the hunt for something special then you could spend your time all in the name of a good cause as a charity warehouse opens its doors for a sale event.

If your home, garden or shed is missing something, you might be able to find the finishing touches at St Nicholas Hospice Care’s one day warehouse clearance sale.

For on Saturday, January 6, the charity’s donation centre, on Chapel Pond Hill, in Bury St Edmunds, will be offering people the chance to have a browse and rummage among a host of its bargains.

Goods on sale will include donated furniture, electrical items, gardening tools, books, clothes and much more.

The centre will be open to the from 9am to 3pm but due to health and safety children under 10 are not allowed in the warehouse, however, there is seating outside, but children will need to be supervised by a responsible adult at all times.

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