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Published December 11th 2017
A quirky shop on Hill Street
There's a certain street in Port Elliot's industrial estate that doesn't stop surprising us with its funky shops and cafes. There's De Groot Coffee Co, Wildfire Organic Tea House, Bar None pop-up and now there's Sally's Seconds, a quirky ladies fashion shop.
They are all in Hill Street and Sally's is at number 57. It's an unassuming little building and it's only open on Sundays from 10am-4pm. You could combine a visit to Sally's Seconds with a coffee, tea or beer at one of the nearby establishments.
Sally's Seconds is the worthwhile project of, not someone called Sally, but someone called Millie who has rounded up lots of pre-loved fashion from her friends and family. Millie supports the idea that buying second hand clothing rather than new, means that less carbon pollution is released from factories and keeps our atmosphere cleaner.