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Christmas at nettle on 4th and 11th December

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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas ...

We have been really busy getting 'nettle' ready for the festive season. The shop is packed with irresistible gifts for everybody in your life.
We have ideas for every gardener from plant labels to kneelers and gardening gloves to gardeners' hand scrub.

 

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Great gifts for children such as colouring books, fabulous craft kits, bookmarks and pencil cases.

 

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Lovely ideas for the ladies (and perhaps chaps) including our gorgeous range of own branded candles, lifestyle books, soaps and beautiful things with which to decorate the home.

Tasty gifts for the chocolate lover and cookbooks, tea towels, oven gloves and bakeware for the home baker.

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We also stock cards, gift-wrap, baubles and Christmas decorations so there are plenty of reasons to shop locally and do all your Christmas shopping right here in the village.

Come and join us on Friday 4th December from 10 — 1pm when we will be serving complimentary coffee and mince pies to enjoy whilst you shop.

We will also be staying open until late on Friday 11th December with a glass of fizz for our customers and the Christmas carols just might be playing!

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