St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice is putting out a call to action to enlist volunteers to help run the Frock Stop, an exclusive elegant boutique housed in the hospice’s vintage Routemaster red double-decker bus.
If you are a stay-at-home parent with time to spare between the school run, work part time, or are retired and can give a few hours of your time a week, then please come and support St Luke’s Hospice.
The Frock Stop is on the road visiting the Tarporley Community Centre on Tuesdays, Nantwich market on Thursdays, from 9am to 4pm, as well as other various locations each week throughout the summer month’s right through until the autumn.
Luke, the St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice’s double-decker bus has been transformed into a high end ladies shop with many lovely items of clothing, jewellery, and accessories to help you dress for that special occasion.
The team of volunteers will also be accepting donations from the local community.
The Frock Stop will be raising money for St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice and supporting its invaluable work in caring for people from Mid and South Cheshire suffering from cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
The hospice is a non-profit making organisation, funded primarily from voluntary contributions, and needs £7,500 a day to keep its doors open.
Steven Holmes, Retail & Hospice Operations Manager for St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice, said:
“The Frock Stop is in need of volunteers to help run the shop, so if you have just a few hours to spare once a week then we would love to hear from you.
The Frock Stop is a unique way to offer a wonderful range of clothing and accessories while raising much-needed funds for St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice.”
To find out more about the Frock Stop or to volunteer:
visit www.stlukes-hospice.co.uk/place/luke/ or call Steven Holmes or the Frock Stop Project Manager Zohra Tutty on 01606 555 688.