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Friday: nettle 'Christmas Jumper Day' in aid of 'Save The Children'

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Come and get festive at nettle's Christmas Jumper Day, in aid of Save the Children.

On Friday 16th December, between 10.00am and 1.00pm, we will be serving mulled apple, tea, coffee and mincemeat slices for just £2 for Save the Children.

Arrive at the shop wearing a Christmas jumper and you will be automatically entered into our free prize draw for a Christmas table arrangement and you will also receive a small free gift!

Come and join the Christmas fun at nettle!

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