By Nicola Francis - 5th December 2011 8:41am
This evening at 1 Witton Close, Audlem (the new houses at the Green where Heathfield Road meets Cheshire Street) — you can't miss us — all our Christmas lights are up and we're full of festive cheer!
From 5.00pm to 10.00pm, please come along and enjoy mulled wine and mince pies while you browse through the Autumn Winter 2011 collections from Captain Tortue of France — beautifully designed and quirky clothing direct from France to Audlem.
It has been a great season and there are now only a few sizes left in some of the very popular items and this will be your last chance for scarves and necklaces before they're completely sold out.
Any sizes that need to be ordered from France will be here in plenty of time for Christmas and as an added incentive there is a 3 for 2 offer running this evening.
Furthermore, everyone will receive a free ticket for entry into a draw for this seasons gorgeous necklace and every purchase will get another free ticket!
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