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Nadia Kirkwood from Stafford was delighted with her bag of bargains

Nadia Kirkwood from Stafford was delighted with her bag of bargains

Newlife fashion stores will be opening their doors to a Black Friday sale bonanza this year, offering amazing bargains for savvy shoppers on new, de-branded, fashion items from major high-street retailers. This year there will be over 50 amazing lines with prices from just £1 – while anyone spending £50 will save 20% and spending £100 will save 30%. Fashion items in the store will be updated daily, giving plenty of opportunities to grab some unmissable bargains, whether you are shopping for colder weather, re-booting your wardrobe, just want to treat yourself or are stocking up on Christmas presents. Our fashion stores will have longer opening hours to ensure everyone can grab a Newlife bargain.

The Cannock SuperStore will be open from 8am to Midnight on Friday, November 26 and 9am until 10pm on Saturday, November 27. Newlife Yardley will be open from 8am to 10pm on November 26 and 9am until 8pm on Saturday 27. Newlife Market Drayton will be open from 8am to 6pm on Friday, November 26 and from 9am to 6pm on Saturday, November 27, giving everyone the chance to bag some fabulous bargains. Newlife Moreton will be open from 8am to 7pm on Friday, November 26 and 9am until 6pm on Saturday, November 27. Newlife Burton will be open from 8am to 5.30pm on November 26 and 9am until 6pm on Saturday 27.

For those who can’t make it in to store, there’s no need to miss out – Newlife Online will be holding its first Cyber Monday after launching earlier this year. When the sale launches at Midnight on Friday, November 27 through to 11.59pm on Monday, November 29, there will be a wide of clothing, beauty and toys on offer including Estee lauder Advanced Night Repair (50ml) reduced from £19.99 to £9.99, Ralph Lauren Kid T-shirts in a range of sizes up to 24mths which are £12.99 down to £6.49 and a men’s tie-dye print cotton sweatshirt £39.99 down to £19.99. There are also some amazing bargains in limited quantities, so you’ll have to act fast to snap these up! These include a ladies blue double-breasted coat, £39.99 reduced to £19.99, Urban Decay Wild West Palette, £27 down to £13.50, Charlotte Tilbury Instant look of Love palette, £19.99 down to £19.99 and a Chanel Les Beige eyeshadow palette which as £24.99 down to £12.49.

All reduced prices are shown after the initial £15 spend. Andrew Murphy-Hayes, Newlife Head of Retail Stores, said: “We do want to retain some mystery here, so you’ll have to come into the store to see for yourself, but I promise it will be worth it – there will be lots of different items for men, women and children, including teddy shoes in three different colours for £1, a pack of four children’s t-shirts for £2 and coats for just £5 – including one which has an RRP of £85! “By shopping at Newlife customers not only get the chance to buy brand new items at dramatically reduced prices, they are also helping to change the lives of disabled and terminally ill children across the country.” Around 300 leading High Street retailers and manufacturers across the UK and Europe donate items to Newlife that would otherwise be destined for landfill, mainly customer returns, faulty items or end of line products. Where possible, they are re-sold at a reduced rate in Newlife’s stores locally, raising vital funds for the charity’s services. Newlife provides equipment and support for disabled and terminally ill children their families through both grants and the emergency loan of equipment when a family is in crisis.

Newlife also loans specialist toys through their Play Therapy Pod service, operates a nurse-run helpline and contributes to changes in local and national policies on the provision of equipment for disabled children. For more information about Newlife stores visit or to discover how the charity helps disabled and terminally ill children and their families across the UK visit

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