Fans of Amy Winehouse will have the chance to buy a beautiful print of the late singer at the official opening of a new charity boutique in Crouch End for Haven House on Saturday 21 July.

The music legend’s mother, Janis Winehouse, and Jane Winehouse, Managing Trustee at the Amy Winehouse Foundation, will cut a purple ribbon to officially welcome shoppers inside the boutique at 15 Topsfield Parade, Crouch End at 11am.   

The boutique is Haven House’s sixth charity shop and first for North London. The store will be home to a treasure trove of high quality pre-loved items, including designer clothes, contemporary home furnishings and children’s toys for a wide range of different ages.

Shoppers can also buy a special print of Amy Winehouse created by Harry Luxton who uses Haven House. Eighteen-year-old Harry has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and produced the artwork in recognition of the hospice’s links with the Amy Winehouse Foundation which part-funds our music therapy service. 

Mike Palfreman, Chief Executive of Haven House, said: “Amy Winehouse is a North London legend and we are delighted to be celebrating our links with the Foundation by launching a beautiful print by Harry for shoppers to buy at our new Crouch End boutique.

“For many years, we have wanted to open a boutique in Crouch End as part of our strategy to extend our retail presence to North London.

“Having found the perfect location, we are now in a position where we are able to do so.

“We look forward to welcoming shoppers at our official opening with Janis and Jane Winehouse on Saturday 21 July at 11am."

To find out more about volunteering at our boutique in 15 Topsfield Parade, Crouch End, London, N8 8PR, please contact:

Andrea Thorogood
Volunteer Development Manager
020 8498 5853