The Flourish community pop-up shop is back in business


The Flourish community pop-up shop is back in business. Mayor of Eastleigh, Councillor Darshan Mann, cut the ribbon to re-launch the shop, which opened in the Swan Centre in March, but closed shortly afterwards due to the coronavirus lockdown.

Flourish provides a shopfront for local charities, voluntary and community groups and is a partnership between Flourish, an organisation connecting people and places; Solent Mind and One Community. Groups already booked include Eastleigh Rotary, Energy and Eastleigh Volunteer Centre.
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