Royal Free opens new doors

The Royal Free Charity, encompassing the Barnet Hospital Charity and Chase Farm Charity are excited to announce they are opening a chain of charity shops.  The first shop at 9 Church Street, Enfield opened to the public on Saturday 8th July at 9.30am.  The store sells quality second hand and pre-loved goods including clothing, footwear, accessories, home-ware, bric-a-brac, as well as books and other items.

Royal Free Charity Chief Executive Chris Burghes said “We are very excited about this new venture for the charity which will provide a source of unrestricted income and enable us to deliver the services we provide to patients like massage therapy, as well as enabling us to establish new services”.

The Church Street charity shop is the first of a chain of charity shops the Royal Free Charity plans to open over the next 5 years. A second shop, 100 Shenley Road, Borehamwood will be opening towards the end of July with further shops to follow. Income from the shops will fund the services the charity provides.

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