A seasonal pop-up shop is returning to Buckinghamshire high street. 

Cards For Good Causes announced it is returning to St Michael’s Church on Sycamore Road in Amersham from mid-October.

The charity pop-up store sells greeting cards, advent calendars and gifts for the Christmas stockings, gift wrap, decorations, stationary and homeware.

Every year, the multi-charity Christmas card organisation supports various UK charities. This year, money will go to Terrence Higgins Trust, as well as Cancer Research UK, Samaritans, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Shelter, Dementia UK, Mind and other local and national charities.

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The CEO of Cards For Good Causes Cherry Whiteside said: “We can’t wait to open our doors again this year, all thanks to the support of the Amersham community!

“If you’re looking for Christmas cards and gifts that give back, we have a fantastic selection available for you to purchase, all whilst supporting the charities of your choice. We hope to welcome you to our shop very soon!”

The charity is a familiar sight on Britain’s high streets every year. Its first shop opened in 1959.

In the last decade alone, Cards For Good Causes has raised more than £40 million.

The Amersham shop is still recruiting for shop managers with flexible working hours available.