Ed Sheeran donates Lego self portrait and homage to Heinz ketchup to Suffolk charity shop
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Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran has made his latest charity shop donation of goodies – including a Lego self portrait he created on tour.
The St Elizabeth Hospice shop in Framlingham is preparing for a surge of interest after receiving another haul of personal items from the Castle on the Hill singer.
Donations include clothes and music books as well as Ed’s first record player, homages to Heinz ketchup and an assortment of Lego creations from his tour bus.
Shop manager Rachail Pollard said Ed’s donations tended to attract tourists to the shop, which also stocks a collection of jewellery made by his mother Imogen Sheeran.
“It’s brilliant for the hospice and for Framlingham,” she said.
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Retail area manager Patrick Otter added: “We’re incredibly grateful to Ed Sheeran for this latest donation and his continued support of the hospice.
“We know there is going to be great interest in these latest pieces so we’re going to take a look at how we can use them to best serve our patients.”
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Ed’s donations are likely to be made available through an online auction in coming weeks.