The Hope Foundation’s first ever pre-loved and vintage boutique has relocated to a larger premises in the Market Yard for more space, choice and variety.
The date of the Grand Relocation opening was on Saturday, 6th December along with Santa who visited the Market Yard and added sparkle to the boutique which attracted lots of families and festive cheer.
Tara Killeen, the brainchild behind the idea of Paper Bag Princess for Hope said ‘the day went fantastically, with lots of people delighted with the new bigger premises and the selection of mens, ladies and children’s fashion, trinkets, books & treasures’
Tara has witnessed first hand the benefit that the donations have had on the children in Calcutta, India where she has met the children and families that the Hope Foundation’s projects have helped and in a lot of cases saved from a life of torment & pain.
The Hope Foundation & Tara would like to sincerely thank all the volunteers who helped make this happen, North West Tool Hire, Joe Simons, Gerry Regan Carpentry, Betty Bang, King & Moffat, Leitrim rd Hardware, local artists Veronica Kelly & David Gascoigne, local builder David Phelan, Gartlan’s Printing services and Lightening Hair Design.
The charity boutique is open 7 days a week in the run up to Christmas between 12pm - 4pm.
For updates, LIKE the Facebook Page ‘Paper Bag Princess Boutique Ireland’.
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