LJWB Pops Up with Brand New Charity Shop

By July 27, 2020 August 4th, 2020 Leeds Community News

Leeds Jewish Welfare Board (LJWB) has launched its new Pop Up Shop on Oakwood high street. The store only sells unused items, all priced at £10 or under, so don’t miss your chance to bag a bargain!

LJWB’s original charity shop on Moortown Parade is also open again, selling quality pre-loved items, including many unique pieces. The shop has a wide range of men’s, kid’s and women’s fashion, bric-a-brac, toys, DVDs and books. Both stores are open 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday.

Russell Manning, chairman of LJWB, said: “The funds raised from both shops will make a huge difference to so many of our service users and the increase in vital work the organisation is doing at the moment.”