A POPULAR West End clothing boutique has launched a pop-up shop to raise money for charity. 

Pampas, located on Hyndland Road, has opened a new temporary store three doors down from their original location. 

The shop will donate 30% of profits from the charity pop-up shop, created as part of the business' 30 year anniversary, to The Beatson Cancer Charity.

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Helen Forrest, owner of Pampas, said: “Turning 30 last year was a huge achievement for the business and I was determined to do something special to officially mark this milestone. 

"We had to cancel our planned celebrations last year but I knew I wanted to arrange something that was fun but also gave back to the city and our local community.

“We have supported The Beatson for many years with in-store fundraising and are always in awe of the amazing work they do, so they were the natural choice when we were looking for a charity partner."

The pop-up shop is will be open for the next 30 days.