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Ed Sheeran Will Possibly Be Working In A Charity Shop


by Jennifer McShane
23rd Aug 2015

If ever you needed another reason to love Ed Sheeran, here it is. Fresh from his time as a wedding proposal planner, reports are now saying that Ed will be taking some time out from his hectic music career to give something back and work in a charity shop. How sweet is that? Okay, we know he probably won’t be working there for a large portion of time or anything like it, but we think the gesture is very nice nonetheless. We love to see a mega-huge celebrity doing a genuinely nice deed and they don’t come much nicer than Ed.

According to the Daily Mail, the singer is believed to be planning to use a long break, starting next month, from music to help out at the Sue Ryder shop in his home town of Framlingham, Suffolk. This could well be true as it as reported that he will receive an honorary degree from the University Campus Suffolk, so he’d be in the vicinity of the charity shop. Can you tell we’d really love to see Ed do this? What can we say, we heart him.

Apparently the Thinking Out Loud hit maker will also be working on turning an old police station into a youth club for local residents, and the manager of Sue Ryder said, ?There’s a good possibility he will volunteer here.?

‘My volunteers, who are aged between know Ed because he was brought up in the town. He purchased the old police station to open up a youth club for €1million, so he’ll also be helping there when it’s up and running. I think he will draw the youngsters into our shop which would be good for us,? she added. We bet he’d bring quite a crowd into the town and shop.

Sheeran, who is rumoured to be dating Nicole Scherzinger, is fond of a good deed as he has helped a few of his mates plan wedding proposals, and just recently sang at Ronan Keating’s wedding in Scotland.

We hope this happens. Time will tell.

Via Daily Mail

 

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