Brides on a budget can buy a wedding dress for as little as £10 while raising funds for charity.
The Beacon Centre for the Blind sells pre-loved and ex-sample gowns as well as accessories for budget prices at its bridal boutique in its charity store in High Street, Bloxwich.
Prices range from £10 to around £150 for an ex-sample gown that has only been worn in a shop.
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Every sale helps the charity support people with sight loss who may have lost their confidence and independence.
The Beacon Centre is now asking brides to donate their gowns to help others to find their dream dress without breaking the bank
Rob Evans, the charity’s commercial manager, said: “Our wedding shop is ideal for those who want a sustainable outfit, need something quickly or want to shop on a budget.
“Our supporters are so special to us here at Beacon and for someone to gift us their wedding dress is an incredible gesture which means more than ever to us because of the impact the Covid-19 pandemic has had on our charity.”
Wedding dresses can be taken to one of Beacon’s charity shops across the region, which are located in Bloxwich, Bilston, Halesowen, Penkridge, Wolverhampton and Sedgley.
The charity will also be reopening its Cannock store shortly.