Designer labels filling the shelves ahead of Lincoln charity shop open day

Lincoln homelessness charity The Nomad Trust is gearing up to open its new shop on Monks Road this weekend.

Staff at the shop say donations for the opening have included a number of high-end branded clothing, as well as a range of other wearables and items for the home.

The new Nomad Trust store will be opening on Saturday, July 1, at 10am at 17 Monks Road, with the help of Lincoln’s Town Crier, Karen Crow.

The store hopes to attract a younger market and families, who can buy their affordable designer brands, enabling them to look good whilst supporting the community at the same time.

As well as this, Nomad is inviting people to donate their old clothes and bric-a-brac to help support young people in their local community.

The store will be reducing all marked stock by 25% on opening day as well, making the opportunity to buy something special much more possible.

Dan Rogers, the Nomad Commercial Manager, said: “We are really excited to be opening a new Nomad shop in Lincoln, particularly as our retail chain started on Monks road and it is a busy family area.

“We would like to invite local people to come in and visit us and we would greatly appreciate hearing from anyone who is interested in volunteering or making a donation.”

All funds raised by the shop help The Nomad Trust to support important areas of work, such as giving young people a safe place to stay, creating healthy and active communities, supporting students in school and giving them skills for life.