Charity shop creates nostalgic display for new film
PUBLISHED: 16:07 23 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:52 26 February 2018
A charity shop has created a 1950s window display in partnership with new film Finding Your Feet.
All Age UK shops, including one in Plumstead Road in Norwich, have been asked by the charity to make a display promoting the film, and to enter a competition for best dressed window.
Shop volunteer Carol Mitchell, 54, lent rockabilly dresses and records from her youth to create the nostalgic display. She said: “We’ve had lots of attention, mainly from people who grew up in that era.”
Shop manager Mandy Hall said: “We were pleased to get it just right. We couldn’t have asked for a more perfect window.”
To celebrate the release of the film on Friday, Age UK and Entertainment One have launched a competition to follow in the footsteps of star Imelda Staunton and win a luxury, five day trip for two to Rome. Customers can get more information in the shop or at www.ageuk.org.uk/findingyourfeet
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