Garden stall opens at Huntingdon charity headquarters

Magpas volunteers Anna Morgan-Dutton, left, and Chris Harding at last month's regular cake sale.

Magpas volunteers Anna Morgan-Dutton, left, and Chris Harding at last month's regular cake sale. - Credit: Archant

Spring is most definitely in the air in Huntingdon with the opening of a monthly garden stall at the Magpas Charity Shop and the chance to win a giant fluffy rabbit.

Friday (March 27) sees the official opening of the garden sale which will be selling plants and pots, alongside the usual coffee and cakes which are sold on the last Friday of every month.

During the Easter holidays, the charity shop, at Centenary House in St Mary’s Street, will be running a children’s clothes sale and a Name the Rabbit competition.

If you would like to be in with a chance of winning the fluffy toy rabbit, go along to the shop between now and April 2.

The garden stall will be open on the last Friday of every month. The charity is looking for gardening items to sell, if you have items to donate take then along to the shop.


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