A SHOPKEEPER is so thrilled with her successful cancer treat-ment she is donating a percentage of her Christmas shopping profits to the Christie Hospital.
Christine Hogg, who runs the Grapevine shop in Pepper Street, Nantwich with her husband David was diagnosed with cancer two years ago.
Now she has been cleared and wants to support Christie's in Manchester as a way of saying thank you.
Christine said: 'The quality of treatment I received at Leighton Hospital when I was first admitted and at Christie's was marvellous.
'The staff at both hospitals could not have been kinder and more efficient. We are open late tomorrow night for Christmas shopping and I intend to donate 10% of the takings to Christie's.
'I didn't do it last year because things had not settled down, but now I feel I have returned to normal and I want to take this opportunity to give something back.'
Christine and David who also have a shop in Alsager sell specialist goods from all over the world, especially India and Thailand, including sterling silver goods, jewellery handmade in India, wood carvings, unusual and decorative semi-precious stones, candles and a variety of clothing.
Husband David said: 'Christine has made a terrific recovery. I went with her the first time to Christie's because she was obviously apprehensive, but they are so friendly that Christine was confident to visit on her own after that. So if anyone wants to combine their shopping with supporting a very worthy charity they know where to come.'