Oxfam clothes sold by mistake

Last week (the Oxfam shop in the Cornmarket, Louth, had a display advertising the production of Wife After Death at Louth Playgoers.

Unfortunately one of the shop volunteers sold a black cardigan and fascinator from the model by mistake.

Gill Chatfield, Oxfam shop volunteer, said: “These were the property of the Playgoers, and weren’t ours to sell. If any of your readers was the person who bought either of the items, Oxfam and Louth Playgoers would like them to be returned.

“There will, of course, be a full refund of the cost of the clothes.

“And Oxfam is always looking for clothes to sell - however ordinary or quirky, they will appeal to someone, and the money is invaluable in supporting Oxfam’s work in this country and worldwide.”