By Jessica Elgot, August 13, 2010
The Leeds Jewish charity shop known as the "Harvey Nicks of Moortown" marked its third anniversary this week with cupcakes and "birthday bags". More than 100 people flocked to the Wellfair shop, donating 67 bags of goods.
Wellfair sells clothes, shoes, toys and bric-a-brac in aid of Leeds Jewish Welfare Board.
LJWB chief executive Rebecca Weinberg said the "Harvey Nicks" tag was because of "our reputation for designer labels.
"In these uncertain times, the ability to generate earned income in addition to our usual fundraising activities is critical.