Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran accepts the Grammy Award for Best Pop Solo Performance, for "Thinking Out Loud," onstage during the GRAMMY Pre-Telecast at The 58th GRAMMY Awards at Microsoft Theater on February 15, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.
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September 26, 2016 9:31 AM EDT

Singer Ed Sheeran donated a suit he wore to the Grammys as well as a checked shirt featured in Bridget Jones’s Baby to a local charity shop in the U.K.

Sheeran dropped 12 bags of clothing to St. Elizabeth Hospice shop in his hometown of Framlingham, Suffolk, in Eastern England. The haul includes shoes, shirts and a John Varvatos leather jacket.

Most of the clothes have been on sale in the shop since Sept. 24, but a handful of items are also available on eBay, including his 2013 Grammys suit, a black checked two-piece that stood at $252 on Monday, with the auction ending on Oct.4.

This is the second time Sheeran has donated to the shop, with the last sale providing St Elizabeth Hospice with thousands of dollars, ITV reports.

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