Lemon Tree Pop-Up

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Lemon Tree Pop-up

Pre loved Clothing


Lemon-Tree Pop-up, pre-loved clothing proudly supporting Anglicare WA, is a unique offering for the Town of Claremont.

 

Lemon-Tree pop up is a treasure trove of pre-loved clothing collected from the leafy Western Suburbs, located 18 Bay View Tce (rear). Access via Maude Jackson Lane or Walt Drabble Lane.

 

Revamp your wardrobe without breaking the bank, plus do your bit for sustainability and charity!

Not only will you find an amazing collection of unique female, male and children’s threads, you’ll also earn some good karma by shopping sustainably and supporting Anglicare WA’s ‘Young Hearts’ appeal supporting victims of domestic violence.

All proceeds from Lemon-Tree pop-up go towards Young Hearts Child Counselling Service

 

The Young Hearts program is a domestic violence counselling service for children, dedicated to breaking the cycle of family and domestic violence. Young Hearts puts young people first, helping those most vulnerable in our community build healthy relationships and develop skills to thrive in the future.

 

Lemon- Tree pop up stocks a carefully curated range of pre-loved brands including

• Gucci

• Lee Mathews

• Gorman

• Flannel

• Zimmerman

 

The store is here for a good time, not a long time, so make sure you pop in to this unique pop up while it lasts!
 

OPENING TIMES:

Wednesday - Saturday
10am - 5pm

 

DROP OFF:

If you have clothes, shoes and/or accessories that are too good to throw away please feel free to drop them off in store during office hours.
 

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DONATION DRIVE:

Lemon Tree Pop-Up Shop has three new bright yellow donation bins that will be located at the following locations:

  • Town of Claremont administration building foyer
  • Claremont Community Hub and Library
  • Lemon Tree Pop-Up - 18 Bay View Terrace (rear - access through Maude Jackson Lane)

Winter is the perfect time to go through your wardrobe and donate the quality clothing that you no longer want. Plus, it all goes to a good cause and support the work of Anglicare WA.