Santa Claus is coming to town – Buttercrane, Newry that is!

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Saturday, November 10th, 2012
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Yes, Santa’s on his way… the big man himself and his entourage of little elfin helpers will be making an entrance in a horse-drawn sleigh when Santa arrives at Buttercrane Centre, Newry at 11am on Saturday 17th November 2012. “Santa’s built up such a profile for himself over the years that he likes to give his fans an entrance and take time to meet and greet his public before he gets down to his duties at the Grotto”, says Peter Murray, Buttercrane Centre Manager. “It is set to be a great day out for the family while also being the perfect excuse to get your Christmas Shopping started with the added sparkle Buttercrane offers.” Not only is Santa Claus happily providing superb presents to all those good children who are visiting his unique Grotto located in the Mall, but the Buttercrane Centre is full of magical Christmas ideas from gifts to fashion so you can sparkle in every way this Christmas. “To check out the great range on offer at Buttercrane and its 50+ stores, visit Looking forward to a spot of Christmas shopping, Peter added; “To assist you in getting all your Christmas shopping done this year, we’ve added extra late nights throughout December to help you make the most of your Christmas time. “Buttercrane also has bags of Christmas gift ideas for all the family this year and a Buttercrane Gift Card or Gift Voucher solves every present dilemma. Purchase yours at the Customer Service Desk in Buttercrane or tel. 028 3026 4627, or from ROI tel 048 3026 4627.” Extended opening hours at Buttercrane this Christmas are to 9pm every weeknight from 3rd-7th December, 10pm every weeknight from 10th-14th December and 11pm every weeknight from 17th-21st December.
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