This Black Friday grab yourself a high end bargain at a Norwood Charity Shop

20 November 2018

This Friday 23 November, Norwood Charity Shops are running a Black Friday shopping event with 30% off all purchases in store.

So get in quick because these bargains won’t last long.

Head to one of Norwood’s Charity Shops for the Black Friday event which is running from Friday 23 November 9.30am-2.30pm, to Sunday 25 November 10am-4pm.

If you love shopping, Norwood charity shops are for you. We have a huge range of pre-loved goods that have been generously donated by people from our local community.

Kayt Mendies, Trading Operations Manager, said: “Our Shops have a fantastic mix of clothing and accessories, from high-end to vintage, designer to brand new. We have ladies and men’s as well as children’s’ wear. With our 30% off Black Friday event, you’ll have the opportunity to shop some real bargains, whilst helping to fund the vital services Norwood provide in our community.”

Norwood Charity Shops are dotted across North London and in Herts, Middlesex and Essex, so there’s bound to be a branch near you.

Donations come from the local community and also from wholesalers, retailers and chain stores, so we have many brand new items for sale, as well as pre-loved goods.

Norwood Charity Shops are open the following hours: Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm and Sunday 10am-4pm with all shops are closed on Saturdays.

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Further information

For further information please contact Norwood press team:

By email: pressoffice@norwood.org.uk

By phone: 020 8420 6866 or 07736 458532

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About Norwood

Norwood is the largest Jewish charity in the UK supporting vulnerable children and their families, children with special educational needs and people with learning disabilities and autism.

Norwood supports over 4,000 people every year, giving them the tools they need to live the most fulfilling lives they can.

Norwood works with 56 local authorities, delivering wide-ranging services in a variety of residential accommodation and supported living services, short-break facilities and family centres across London and the South East.

Through a workforce of over 2,500 – made up of 1,250 staff and 1,500 volunteers – we provide the highest-quality care to transform the lives of children and their families, and vulnerable adults.

It costs £34m a year to deliver Norwood’s services, £12m of which must be raised from voluntary donations.