TV star and former ‘Generation Game’ presenter Rosemarie Ford will be in Marlow from noon tomorrow to help cut the ribbon alongside Marlow Town Mayor Suzanne Brown as Thames Hospice launch another new upcycling store.
Based in Spittal Street, Vintage Boutique will offer a range of unique clothes and small pieces of bespoke furniture from yesteryear. It certainly will be a matter of “Nice to see you, to see you nice – again” as goods are upcycled, revamped and given another home to be loved and adored all over again. With a conveyor belt of goodies, the store will be bursting at the seams with one-off and quirky items. It is hoped that Vintage Boutique will be a destination shop for vintage lovers extending across the Thames Valley and South Buckinghamshire area.
Julie Rowley, Head of Retail for Thames Hospice said: “We’re delighted to be able to extend our hugely popular vintage brand, and to be able to do it in such a fabulous location as Marlow. It’s a great fit for us and extends the coverage of our shops across the community that we serve.”
All profits from Vintage Boutique will support Thames Hospice patients, their families and carers. To find out more about Thames Hospice, visit www.thameshospice.org.uk.