By Nicola Francis - 25th January 2012 7:03am
The Autumn Winter collections from Lady Captain and Miss Captain for ladies and Captain Tortue for children are now available at half price and less as we enter the last couple of weeks of the season and start to look forward to the release of the Spring collections next month!
Please pop round if you can to grab a bargain or two or three or more ...... and please feel free to bring a friend!
It's happening today Wednesday 25th January from 6.30pm — 9.30pm at 1 Witton Close, Audlem, CW3 0HZ — that's near where Heathfield Road meets Cheshire Street at Little Heath.
Local company Wonderfully Welsh will be there to add another dimension to the evening with samples of their lovely cheeses and other hamper delights to tempt us away from our January diets and — to make it even harder to stay on the diet wagon — there will be plenty of wine too !
It should be a really fun night and I hope you can manage round at some point.
The clothes sale will continue during the day on Thursday 26th from 10.00am to 3.00pm, albeit with somewhat less exciting treats — tea, coffee and biscuits!
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