Card shop open for business

By Tim Clarke Friday 09 November 2012 Updated: 13/11 08:46

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SHOPPERS can show some early seasonal goodwill by supporting a charity Christmas card shop which has opened its doors in a city centre church.

Cards for Good Causes has started welcoming shoppers to its shop in Old St Martin's Church in the Cornmarket.

People can buy cards supporting more than 30 local and national charities including the British Red Cross, Cancer Research UK and the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust. Seventy five per cent of the cost of the cards goes to charity.

The shop is open Monday to Saturday from 9.30am to 3.30pm up until December 18 and customers can also pick up wrapping paper, gift tags and small stocking filler gifts. There is also the chance for visitors to enjoy a guided tour of the church.

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