St Helena’s launch new charity shop

St David’s day, March 1st, was the auspicious opening date for the new Church Charity Shop in Larnaca.

Adjacent to St Helena’s Church, the shop will stock a range of second hand goods and be open three mornings each week. The opening ceremony was performed by Chaplain John Holdsworth who stressed that this was not just another fund raising activity. “We hope this shop will play its part in the urban regeneration here, that it will provide high quality low cost goods for those on strict budgets, and draw attention to the need for re-cycling unwanted goods,” he said. He also stressed the opportunity that the shop would give for presenting the church to the wider community, and the opportunities for service that it would open up for church members. 10% of all money raised will be given to charities outside the church.

New charity shop opened in Larnaca

The picture shows Chaplaincy priests John Holdsworth and Sean Semple examining goods with Project Coordinator Elizabeth Taylor and Sean’s wife Catharine.

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5 thoughts on “St Helena’s launch new charity shop

  1. Wow! Hard to think that when I last saw this place it was a shell. Looks fantastic – congratulations to all.

  2. where is the charity shop? i visit Larnaca several times per year and could make donations
    and also purchase some bargains, hopefully
    best wishes for this venture

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