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Pop-up shop is a success

Real life mannequins Shirley and Ashleigh Sinclair pictured in the window at Peggy's Closet. INCT 51-403-RM

Real life mannequins Shirley and Ashleigh Sinclair pictured in the window at Peggy's Closet. INCT 51-403-RM

A pop-up shop in Whitehead has generated hundreds of pounds for a cancer charity.

Peggy’s Closet, which opened for two days only in Victoria Avenue, raised £1250 for Leukaemia and Lymphoma NI. The store was set up by local woman Shirley Sinclair and her daughter Ashleigh to honour the memory of Shirley’s mother Margaret ‘Peggy’ McCullough, who passed away earlier this year.

A dedicated follower of fashion, Peggy had supported Leukaemia and Lymphoma NI for nearly 30 years.

A variety of Peggy’s unworn and pre-loved items of clothing, footwear and accessories were available to buy at the store, with donations from Shirley, Ashleigh and other family members also proving popular with shoppers.

 

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