Card stall is a cut above
The High Sheriff of Kent has used his ceremonial sword to officially open the Cards for Good causes charity stall in Canterbury.
For more than 20 years, volunteers have manned the Christmas card pop-up shop in Nasons where profits from the sales of their cards go to support around 45 charities, including Kent Air Ambulance, the Kent MS Therapy Centre and Age UK Canterbury.
Since the stand was opened, tens of thousands of pounds have been raised for good causes.
The charity has festive card stands all over the country and Canterbury’s is the biggest in Kent.
Volunteer manager Janet Dalrymple said: “It is only such a success because of the hard work of our team of 40 volunteers and the support of Nasons.”
The pop-up shop is open every day except Sunday, from 9.30am to 4.30pm, until December 16.
High Sheriff George Jessel opens the Cards for Good Causes stall