Maja second-hand shop opens tomorrow
The shop, with an area of 1,100 square metres, is filled with clothes, furniture and utensils.
”I'm really looking forward to opening the doors at last”Dan Åstedt
– A lot of people have shown an enormous involvement. We've had help both from private individuals and from firms. I'm really looking forward to opening the doors at last, says Dan Åstedt, who runs the shop along with Maja Lind.
They have worked for a number of years at Erikshjälpens second-hand. But this is the first time they have had a shop of their own. Dan Åstedt was the one who chose the name, as a tribute to his colleague.
The shop is unique. It is the first second-hand shop in Sweden to co-operate with Barncancerfonden.