Post Office opens first Christmas Post Shop

07:40 30 November 2012

The Post Office Christmas Pop-Up Shop in Camden Market. Picture: Liz Artindale/Eulogy/PA Wire

The Post Office Christmas Pop-Up Shop in Camden Market. Picture: Liz Artindale/Eulogy/PA Wire

The first ever Pop-Up Christmas Post Shop will be launched by the Post Office today.

The shop, based in Camden Market, will sell a range of items as well as offering services including posting and packing.

All donations from the gift wrapping service will go to BBC Children in Need.

The Post Office Christmas Post Shop is based at Unit 17a, Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, and will be open until December 24, from 10am to 6.30pm daily.

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