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Our Favourite Charity Shop Finds From The First Week Back

Pubs are pulling pints, hairdressers are back in business, and non-essential retail is open again – but the place I’m desperate to return to on the high street is the charity shop. Those small hubs of joy, where you find hidden treasures, undeniable bargains, vintage gold, and everything you never knew you needed.

I’ve decided to wait a little for my first jaunt to scour out secondhand clothes – mainly to miss the queues, but also to wait for everyone to donate their best lockdown throwaways. Others, however, were straight through the doors as soon as they opened – desperate to get back to find new, pre-loved garms.

Kim Salt, 35, from Leicester, went straight away when they opened on April 12. “After a year of lockdown (as I live in Leicester), I got my eyebrows done and then headed to Sue Ryder,” she tells HuffPost UK. “I think I’m missing the Ibiza-style hippy market and European vibe as I ended up with these two items… Spanish feels! Both under £10 and both giving me summer lovin’.”




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