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A shop owner will be spearheading a charity clothes sale to raise money for a cancer hospice.

Barbara Low, 50, who has run Beulah Dress Agency for 16 years, is co-ordinating the nearly new clothes sale at Canolfan Community Centre in Pantbach Road, Rhiwbina, between 10am and 2pm on April 23.

All proceeds from the sale will go to the Marie Curie Holme Tower Hospice in Penarth. She said: 'I sell clothes for other people but if they are not sold within six weeks, I ask the customer whether I can sell them for charity.

'There will be designer and high street clothes, which will be on sale at reasonable prices and we hope to raise pounds 3,000 at this sale.'

Admission is pounds 1, which includes a free drinks and biscuits.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Apr 14, 2005
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