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Broughty Ferry based charity shop Past Present Futures is expanding into Dundee with the launch of a pop-up shop. This eco-conscious venture will take place from 10 October for two weeks in Exchange Street, Dundee.
Shoppers will have the opportunity to browse a wide range of items including pre-owned clothes, shoes, accessories and bric-a-brac, with everything priced at just £1.
Shop manager, Tricia Perrie explained: “We’re thrilled to take our passion for sustainability to Dundee. Our pop-up offers a shopping experience that’s kind to both your purse and the planet. Every purchase helps reduce waste and contributes to a greener future.
“Many of us are still feeling the squeeze due to inflation, so throughout the two week pop-up we’ll be offering valuable cost of living support sessions led by experienced energy and tenancy sustainment advisers. The sessions will provide practical tips on reducing energy bills, as well as advice around managing money and benefits. Detailed session schedules will be announced on our Facebook page.”
All money raised in the pop-up shop will go to Hillcrest Futures to help vulnerable people around Scotland to live independent, vibrant lives. The Dundee-based charity provides support to people with physical and learning disabilities, autism, young people and older people. Further services include supporting positive mental health and wellbeing, homelessness and drug, alcohol and recovery services.
Past Present Futures’ pop-up shop will run from 10 to 21 October (Tuesdays to Saturdays) from 10am to 4pm at 23 Exchange Street in Dundee. For more information and updates, visit Past Present Futures’ Facebook page.