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Hillcrest Futures opens boutique charity shop in Broughty Ferry

Dundee-based charity Hillcrest Futures launched its first ever boutique charity shop in Gray Street, Broughty Ferry last week. Past Present Futures has brought a new lease of life to the former Matthew M Henderson jewellers store, and offers a range of high quality yet affordable pre-owned clothing, jewellery, hand bags, home accessories and more. Hillcrest’s chief executive, Angela Linton explains: “After running three successful pop-up charity shops over the past…
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