Ed Sheeran is reportedly planning to take a month off from the music world to volunteer at a local charity shop. According to The Mirror, all-round lovely chap Ed will be working at a Sue Ryder shop in Framlingham, Suffolk and is also in talks to set up a new youth centre in the town.

ed sheeranEd Sheeran is reportedly taking some time off to do some good.

The singer is known for his generosity towards charity shops and last year he donated eight bags of clothing to the St Elizabeth Hospice charity shop in the town, raising more than £4,000. He also donated outfits he had taken to the Grammy Awards to the same store back in March.

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Speaking to The Mirror, Jacqui Bell, manager of Sue Ryder said, “There’s a good possibility he will volunteer here. We’d welcome him. My volunteers, who are aged between 61 and 91, know Ed because he was brought up in the town.They would be fine working with him.”

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Sheeran is also said to be in discussions to set up a new youth centre in the town after crediting its old youth club for getting him started in music. “He purchased the old police station to open up a youth club for £1million, so he’ll also be helping there when its up and running,” Ms Bell added. “I think he will draw the youngsters into our shop which would be good for us.”