Join us for exciting shop celebrations
Join us to celebrate our Vintage Boutique’s first birthday and relaunch of our Binfield shop.
Radio presenter and performer, Debbie McGee, will help Thames Hospice celebrate a successful first year in Marlow, at its Vintage Boutique shop on Thursday 12th November 2015.
Shoppers are invited to join staff, volunteers and special guests, who also include the Mayor of Marlow, Councillor Bob Johnson and Mayoress Shirley Johnson, at the store in Spittal Street, Marlow, from noon.
Guests can enjoy refreshments and a 10% discount* on vintage treasures across its birthday weekend (until Sunday 15th November) - including clothes, shoes and accessories, as well as small pieces of upcycled furniture.
Thames Hospice has also teamed up with renowned jewellery designer, Magpie Vintage, to offer one-of-a-kind jewellery and hair pieces from Vintage Boutique. Shoppers can also have their own pieces upcycled, as well as custom orders designed by Magpie Vintage - who will be there on the day (*10% discount does not apply to Magpie Vintage jewellery).
Our Binfield shop relaunch event takes place on Friday 6th November, from 2pm.
To celebrate the store’s move into the old George’s Cafe unit, Thames Hospice Binfield shop will welcome the Mayor of Bracknell, Councillor Dee Hamilton, to ‘cut the ribbon’ on the new store.
There will be a 10% discount on all purchases across opening weekend (until Sunday 8th November) and the newly moved store will still offer a range of womenswear and men's fashion, as well as children’s toys and games. Modern homeware will be available, alongside a range of soft furnishings and haberdashery items.
With an open plan design, bright lighting and contemporary look and finish, we also want to showcase a fresh shopping experience for our customers, old and new, in the heart of the local community.