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Charity shop celebrates its 18th birthday in style


Wick, Littlehampton, West Sussex, UK. 19th October 2017. Staff at the St Barnabas House Shop In Wick, Littlehampton celebrated their 18th Birthday in style with a party. On the day Suspiciously Elvis performed at the shop. In Photo: Shop manager Michelle

STAFF, volunteers and supporters at the St Barnabas House charity shop in Wick celebrated the shop’s 18th birthday with a Jailhouse Rock themed party.

Everyone dressed up and there was a beautiful hand-made birthday cake, complete with an Elvis 7” vinyl record on the top.

Performing live on the day was the entertaining Suspiciously Elvis – one of the UK’s top Elvis tribute acts, who generously gave his time to support Worthing-based St Barnabas.

Elvis got the audience dancing, singing and clapping along, as he sung his way through many well known hits, including of course, Jailhouse Rock.

There was also music from local singing duo, Sophie and Simon.

The Mayor of Littlehampton, Councillor Billy Blanchard-Cooper, and a great supporter of the Wick shop, joined us to cut the cake with Suspiciously Elvis.

Source: The Argus