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01.09.2023 – 16.09.2023

Charity Super.Mkt

Presented by Charity Super.Mkt

The UK's first ever multi-charity shop

CharitySuper.Mkt is the UK’s first ever shop space bringing multiple charities together. The story is simple: the new fashion, the best fashion, the most sustainable, affordable fashion is charity fashion.

A special pop up Charity Super.Mkt will take place each week of Bartholomew Fair, traveling to four different locations as part of the Marketplace. Join us as we take charity fashion to the next level. Every pound spent in Charity Super.Mkt furthers environmental benefits and social good.

✂️ Plus, start digging out your clothes in need of some TLC and join us at the Charity Super.Mkt Repair Shop. Bring along something old or alter that cool second-hand piece you’ve just picked up at the Charity Super.Mkt – and get it repaired for FREE! Drop in anytime and our expert upcyclers will give you tips, teach you skills and help out with advice, including FREE patchwork and sashiko sewing workshops.


1 and 2 September: Paternoster Square

7 - 9 September: Middlesex Street

14 -16 September: Cloth Fair and The Leadenhall Building (Cheesegrater)


Thursdays and Fridays: 12noon to 8pm (last orders at the Repair Shop 6pm).

Saturdays: 1pm to 8pm.

What to expect: Pop-up charity clothes stalls

On-street market with clothing stalls, vintage cars and people visiting

©Mykola Romanovsky

About Charity Super.Mkt

CharitySuper.Mkt is the UK’s first ever shop space bringing multiple charities under one roof. Headed up by Wayne Hemingway, founder of British fashion brand, Red or Dead and Hemingway Design, and Maria Chenoweth, CEO of the sustainable charity, Traid, taking charity fashion to the next level.

‘When I finally located the charity shop — formerly an Arcadia Topshop/Topman store — my mouth fell open in wonder. The sheer size of the place was unlike anything I’d ever seen before. The fact that everything here is pre-loved warmed my heart. I felt emotional. I felt moved. One thing's for certain — this store had everything.’ - Alexandra Bullard, Reporter for My London

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