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Just a note to let you all know we were at the "Best of the best" awards ceremony on Wednesday 3/10/18 competing against 220 stores across the whole of the North West. It was a beautiful evening and we were thrilled to be a part of it.

So. how did we do...
We were shortlisted & asked to come to the stage with 2 other stores...... Sadly on this occasion it wasn't our year to get the top prize. We were very proud to be runner up from all of those 220 other stores and wished the other store well as they progressed to the national awards.

Once again thank you for all of your support throughout the year..Our mission is to win it for Audlem next year!!

Kind regards
Catherine Corbett
Store Manager Boots Audlem
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01270 811245

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