Shoes for CPR!
Following the success of Good Morning Britain’s Heels 4 Hearts campaign, a pop up shop will open its doors for four precious days, offering visitors a chance to make a difference while they shop.
Good Morning Britain’s Heels 4 Hearts campaign, supported by the British Heart Foundation (BHF), aimed to raise funds to help provide every secondary school in the UK with CPR kits so young people can learn vital life saving skills. Shoes collected for the campaign, many donated by famous celebrities, will be on sale at the BHF pop up shop to raise money for the cause.
Throughout the campaign numerous famous faces donated their shoes including Liz Hurley, Barbara Windsor, Naomi Watts and more. So whether you want to walk a mile in the shoes of some of the UK’s favourite actresses or an internet sensation, the Westfield pop-up shop has a pair for you!
Westfield Director, Myf Ryan commented: “We are delighted to host the pop-up at Westfield Stratford City. This is the second time we have held a British Heart Foundation pop-up at Westfield and we’re pleased to be able to offer our customers a unique shopping experience while supporting a worthwhile charity.”
Shoes donated from the public and celebrity shoes will be on sale through the shop and also via eBay. The Westfield store will be shoe fans’ only chance to snap up a donation in person.
The store will be open from 10am – 10pm 30th April – 3rd May on the Ground Floor, outside John Lewis, at Westfield Stratford City.
(Image left: Vivienne Westwood jelly shoes)