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Shop in Hampstead celebrates six months of fighting cancer

PUBLISHED: 16:04 25 June 2014

Cancer Research UK shop on Hampstead High Street celebrates it's first six months. Pictured centre, guest speaker Dr Sarah J Hazell and shop manager Agnes Maciol along with staff and supporters. Picture: Polly Hancock

Cancer Research UK shop on Hampstead High Street celebrates it's first six months. Pictured centre, guest speaker Dr Sarah J Hazell and shop manager Agnes Maciol along with staff and supporters. Picture: Polly Hancock

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Residents and customers alike flocked to a charity shop as it celebrated the six-month anniversary of its opening.

Amid a flurry of pink and blue balloons, Cancer Research UK in Hampstead High Street, Hampstead, held a party last Thursday to mark six months of trading.

Guests were treated to a selection of drinks and snacks at the Hampstead Community Centre next door, as well as a talk by Dr Sarah J. Hazell about the life-saving work of Cancer Research UK.

Agnes Maciol, manager of the shop, said: “It was a jolly and pleasant evening and I’m so glad we were able to introduce our shop to the local community.”

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