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We are very excited to share their news with you all. Following a fabulous start to retail life in Audlem we are now very happy to share that 'The Eleventh Hour Boutique!' will be opening soon

And just in case you're wondering, you wont have to go far as we will be opening right next door to our 'Gift Shop'.

We are aiming to open the first week in October, but in anticipation we are sharing some of our stockists with you now. From next week you will be able to purchase your very own stylish genuine pampeano 'Polo Belt' and if we don't have your style or size in stock we can order just for you.

We have some fantastic clothing suppliers coming into our BOUTIQUE and we are very excited to bring you beautiful clothing, cashmere gloves and scarves, handbags, jewellery, bespoke children's clothing and lots lots more.

More information will be shared nearer to the time of opening in the meantime here's a sneaky peak of what's to come....

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