April in the Pop-up Shop

28 March 2014

Wow the diary for the OSA Pop-up Shop is jam-packed this month! From old favorites to new comers like Kristina Goes West there really is something for everyone, so support your local community and pop in to see what's going on!



31st March - 5th April

The good old GSPCA will be taking over the Pop-up Shop as Pet Adoption Week starts.

You can expect Easter eggs for dogs, cats and small animals, pet Easter treats, bird feed and feeders to help them make a good start this Spring, Hedgehog food, Cupcakes, confectionary including Fairtrade chocolate and you may even meet some of the Shelter animals looking for new homes.

Of course there will also be lots for the kids, including GSPCA toy bunnies and lots of toys!

Read more about it on their blog.



Kristina Goes West

5th - 13th April

Limited edition, bespoke women's wear and accessories from Nordic-Baltic designers will be available, including a new line of handbags! 10% of profits will be shared between Guernsey charity Home Start and Medécins Sans Frontières.

Take a look at her collection here!


Male Uprising Guernsey

14th - 17th April

You may have seen their racy posters of sports men around the island, now it's your chance to come in and meet them! Male Uprising Guernsey is an important local charity and we are really looking forward to seeing what they do during their week with us. 

Read more about them here.


The Temp Desk Lunch Hour

21st - 25th April

The lovely ladies from The Temp Desk will be offering advice on all aspects of recruitment from CV writing to interview skills from the ground floor at 22 Smith Street. So if you are thinking of changing position or looking for temporary work then use your lunch hour wisely and come along between 12.30-2pm.

There will even be a free coffee from our favorite neighbours Creasey's and a coveted OSA pen for each visitor!


MS Society     

28th - 3rd May

The team will be in the shop offering advice and information on all aspects of Multiple Sclerosis as well as support for those affected.

Find out more about them here.