*Some of the Christmas clothing available in Vincent’s. 

TRANSITION YEAR STUDENTS in Ennis will take over the running of Vincent’s charity shop in the county town this Thursday.

An annual Christmas fundraiser is held by TY students of Ennis Community College and Gaelcholáiste an Chláir, this year they will be working in conjunction with Vincent’s charity shop which is one of 230 St Vincent de Paul shops located across the country.

Secret Santa 2022 is the theme for the fundraiser and students are urging the public to help become a secret santa for those most in need.

On Thursday, the students are taking over the running of the charity shop to raise much needed funds for those who need help and support especially as we approach the festive season.

Extended opening hours from 9am to 9pm will be in operation plus a flash sale bonanza with up to fifty percent off selected items.

For those unable to make it to the shop this Thursday, donations can also be made online by clicking on the link below.


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