MERMAID HEADDRESS MAKING
Visit Paperchase on 17th and 24th August and learn how to make Dinosaur Pop Up Card, Mermaid Headdress, Party Garlands, Scrapbook Layouts and Shark Masks.
You will also get 15% OFF when you make a craft.
CLICK HERE to find our more!17th and 24th August - 10:30pm – 12:30pm
LATE NIGHT SHOPPING AT SHARPS
Sharps invites you to join them for their “BACK TO SCHOOL” Reunion celebrating the end of the summer holidays and the start of the new school year.
There will be fun and games for all:
- Enjoy some milk and cookies or our ‘parents evening’ cheese and wine!
- Bring the kids to our ‘art class’ to enter the colouring competition.
- Get involved with our Sharps ‘homework’ quiz or workout out the ‘maths’ question!
- Read our ‘school days’ sayings around the showroom – be sure to avoid the naughty chair!
- Book a free design appointment for additional savings on our bespoke fitted bedrooms and home offices
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!Thursday 30th August 5pm – 8pm
THE MAKERS MARKET WARRINGTON
We’re delighted to announce award winning The Makers Market will be coming in Warrington on the second Sunday of each month.
The new monthly pop-up event will be located in the beautiful Queens Gardens at Palmyra Square which is situated in the Cultural Quarters of Warrington Town Centre. The Makers Market will showcase over 60 unique stalls offering local artisan food and drink, art and crafts and top vintage finds.
It’s a great way to meet the makers and learn more about food, drinks and crafts from Warrington and the surrounding area whilst indulging in a spot of shopping. With live music and street food and kids activities and workshops, there is something to do for all the family – and best of all, it’s free entry!
Have a sneaky peak at who is signed up to join the event already. Like the new Facebook page Warrington Makers Market and stay tuned for the full trader line up.
We look forward to welcoming you to the NEW Warrington Makers Market!
Free entrySunday 9th September 2018
The Entertainer has launched the Quiet Hour to help families with autistic children go shopping.
Following a trial during February half term, the ‘quiet hour’ has now been made permanent – at 9am on Saturdays in every Entertainer store.
Music is turned off, as well as loud demo products, with the aim of making the shopping experience a less daunting experience.Every Saturday at 9am