Ed Sheeran donates 300 possessions to local hospice including personalised shirts, jacket, trainers and even his ukulele
- Ed Sheeran has donated 300 personal items to a hometown Suffolk charity shop
- Most of the unique items are expected to be on sale by December of this year
- The 28-year-old singer is returning from Budapest to perform four gigs at home
Ed Sheeran has quietly donated 300 items of his wardrobe to a tiny charity in his hometown in Suffolk.
The items from the British singer have been donated to the St Elizabeth Hospice store in Framlingham, Suffolk, close to where he lives.
The 28-year-old, who currently lives nearby in his £1.5million mansion, hopes to help raise funds for the charity, which helps people living with progressive and terminal illnesses.
Ed Sheeran has donated 300 personal items to a hometown charity, St Elizabeth’s Hospice in Framlingham, Suffolk
The store is currently selling his tops and a signed surfboard but plan to auction the rest of the items in December.
However shop manager Rachail Pollard said some of the items have already been on display in the shop.
Hundreds of super-fans are expected to flock to the small charity store in droves.
Shop manager Rachail Pollard (left) with workers Margaret Morgan (centre) and June Winter proudly hoist a surfboard signed by the Shape of you singer
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Other donations from Ed include a denim jacket with his initials E.S embroidered in the collar, colourful trainers, one of his ukulele guitars, a basketball, several of his baseball hats and an original bottle of Heinz brand tomato ‘Edchup’.
The musician, is currently preparing for his homecoming concerts in Ipswich, Suffolk over the August Bank Holiday weekend where he will perform four different gigs.
Standing tickets for the four gigs are currently selling for under £100 each.