Hospice opens new shop

Chelmsford Weekly News: Shop manager Chris Hayward, deputy mayor Paul Hutchinson and Farleigh Hospices’ Jonathan Stokes Shop manager Chris Hayward, deputy mayor Paul Hutchinson and Farleigh Hospices’ Jonathan Stokes

A CHARITY shop has been opened in Boreham by a hospice.

Chelmsford’s deputy mayor Paul Hutchinson cut the ribbon at the Farleigh Hospice Shop in Abercorn House, Butterfield Road.

The shop is the 12th to be opened by the charity, based in North Court Road, Chelmsford, with another set to open in Broomfield in January.

Doors will be open at the store from Monday to Saturday 9am to 4.30pm.

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