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Shoppers get a right royal welcome at Sandersons


Sandersons Boutique Department Store at Five Valleys in Stroud will be celebrating the Coronation this weekend with some Royal treats for their shoppers.

Shoppers visiting Sandersons are in for a treat with a special Coronation themed lucky dip on offer to all customers.

Shoppers will be invited to choose a British flag as they enter the store which will reveal a mystery prize. Lucky winners can expect to receive in-store discounts, double loyalty points and a range of other fantastic free gifts.

The weekend will be all about celebrating the best of Britain and what better way to join in the Royal party than with some traditional favourites.

Sandersons will be welcoming their customers over the weekend, with a glass of Pimms, alongside the traditional seasonal sweet treat of strawberries and cream.

Frances O’Connell, E-Commerce Director at Sandersons Boutique, said: “What an exciting weekend we have coming up! We can’t wait to get into the British spirit and celebrate the Coronation with our customers.

“We have some great lucky dip prizes and who wouldn’t want to be sipping on Pimms as they browse and shop some amazing brands – including of course our fabulous British heritage brands Holland Cooper and Barbour.”

Five Valleys will also be joining Sandersons Boutique with the special Coronation celebrations.

The centre’s fantastic indoor market will be hosting a free Coronation themed craft workshop for children to enjoy throughout Saturday 6th May.

To keep up to date with news and events at Five Valleys visit the centre’s website at www.fivevalleys.co.uk

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