ENABLE Ireland has opened a new pop-up shop for Christmas in Limerick, boasting "a treasure trove of high quality goods at affordable prices" in a first of its kind for the charity.

The shop, on Honan's Quay, is the charity's "first dedicated homeware" store and features quality goods at affordable prices. 

It stocks furniture, books, shoes, linen, nursery goods and a wide variety of seasonal items just in time for Christmas.

Speaking about the recent opening of the shop, Mary Hynes, Enable Ireland’s Retail Area Manager said: “We are really excited that our first pop-up shop in the country has opened in Limerick. It’s a treasure trove of high quality goods at affordable prices.

"On opening day, we had some gift vouchers hidden on our shop floor for customers to locate and spend. But there are great bargains to be found there every day.”

Enable Ireland has been providing disability services to children and adults in Limerick since 1988 and provides adult day services to 50 adults with disabilities from its centre in Quinn’s Cross, Mungret and Castleconnell. Enable Ireland charity shops raise much needed funds to help support these services.

The shop will accept donations of unwanted items to be resold or recycled to raise funds for Enable Ireland’s disability services. They love to receive donations of clean clothing, shoes and accessories, ornaments, towels and linen, crockery, cutlery and glassware, collectables and antiques, dvds and mobile phones.

Enable Ireland’s existing charity shop on 4 Upper William Street continues to provide customers with great value and quality preloved clothes and goods all year round.

The new pop-up shop will be open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday weekly from 9.30am to 5.30pm on Honan's Quay.