Vintage flair for Leeds hospice fundraiser

VINTAGE SPIRIT: Roohi Lupton and Holly Buckley, staff at Sue Ryder vintage shop in Headingley. PIC: Bruce Rollinson

VINTAGE SPIRIT: Roohi Lupton and Holly Buckley, staff at Sue Ryder vintage shop in Headingley. PIC: Bruce Rollinson

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Staff at a Leeds hospice shop have been getting into the vintage spirit ready for a fair this weekend.

Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice will host its first ever vintage fair on Saturday at St Chad’s Church in Headingley, boasting an array of handbags, gloves, beaded dresses, toys, bric-a-brac, prints and costume jewellery from the 1920s to the 1980s.

Vicki Burnett, head of hospice fundraising at Wheatfields, said: “If you’re a lover of all things vintage and retro you can’t afford to miss out on our one day fair. You’ll be able to find everything from original vintage clothing, vinyl, household goods, books, jewellery, furniture and much more.”

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