Come to the ‘un-veiling’ of our Bridal Boutique

For two weeks only, Jersey Hospice Care’s Town Fundraising Shop is transforming into a pop up Bridal Boutique.

Between Tuesday 12 to Thursday 28 February, the charity promises islanders an incredible opportunity to choose from a wide variety of high-end outfits at very attractive prices. The selection consists of both new and pre-loved wedding dresses, brand new bridesmaids’ dresses generously donated by Anna Trigg, new morning suits, stunning mother of the bride outfits and other formal occasion wear.

Anne-Marie Le Bloas, the Fundraising Shop Manager, said, ‘I can’t believe how stunning these outfits are, even the pre-loved ones. We have a wide range of colours, styles and size; so there should be something to suit everyone.

‘Weddings can be expensive events; by purchasing an outfit from us, our customers will have an opportunity to save money, whilst supporting the work of hospice. The shop has a fitting room available and no appointment is necessary.

‘My team and I look forward to welcoming brides-to-be and their family and friends and sharing in the excitement of that all-important dress shopping!’

Worn it once? Make it twice as nice and donate it

Part of the joy of donating to is the knowledge that every donation helps hospice to continue to provide care for free to patients with life limiting conditions and their loved ones. People generously donating wedding outfits will also have the benefit of knowing their gift, which was so special to them, will go to help another person have an extra special day too.

Donations of wedding outfits, shoes and accessories, are welcome at either of the Jersey Hospice Care fundraising shops during opening hours; alternatively call 487982 to see if we can arrange collection.

The pop up Bridal Boutique will be open in the Town Fundraising Shop between Tuesday 12 and Thursday 28 February, from 10:00 to 16:00. The address is 13 Union Street, St Helier, JE2 3RF.

We invited staff, volunteers and supporters to a recent photo shoot to model some of the stock that will be on sale in our Town Shop. As well as some of our nurses and administration staff, we were joined by Peter Mac, who is training for the Virgin Money London Marathon for hospice this year and Finleigh Donald who will be doing a sky dive for us later this year, in memory of her mother, Gabrielle Robbé.