Ed Sheeran loves to help charities and good causes where he can.
The 89.7 Bay favourite has donated a load of goodies to a charity shop near his home in Suffolk, including a Lego self portrait he created on tour.
The St Elizabeth Hospice shop in Framlingham is preparing for a surge of customers after receiving a haul of personal items from the Shape Of You singer.
Donations include Ed’s old music books and clothes as well as his first record player and an assortment of Lego creations from his tour bus.
Shop manager Rachail Pollard said the star’s donations are likely to attract a lot of fans.
She told the East Anglian Daily Times: ‘We’re incredibly grateful to Ed for this latest donation and his continued support of the hospice.
‘We know there is going to be great interest in these latest pieces so we’re going to take a look at how we can use them to best serve our patients.’
Ed Sheeran donates Lego self portrait and homage to Heinz ketchup to Suffolk charity shop https://t.co/Pi1Er5TF2P
— East Anglian Daily Times (@EADT24) June 18, 2018
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