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NEWLIFE HAT WEEK

Buy a hat and be in with a chance of winning a winter wardrobe of goodies at the Newlife SuperStore in Cannock.

Thanks to generous retail donors, Newlife has received a bumper batch of new hats and is now offering the opportunity for anyone buying a hat, next week, to be entered into a free draw to complete their winter wardrobe.

Sheila Brown, the charity’s CEO, says: “Everyone can look good in a hat; it gives personality and is right for the season. This year hats are a top hot fashion hit so we are offering everyone the chance to join in ‘Newlife Hat Week’ by offering hundreds of items of men’s and women’s headwear at the Newlife SuperStore from next Monday (October 3).”

One lucky hat-purchasing winner will be drawn at the end of the week, to receive a £100 voucher for SuperStore items from a range of coats, boots, shoes and accessories to add to their winter wardrobe.

There will also be ‘best hat wearer’ competitions on Facebook, where people can upload photos of themselves wearing hats in three categories: best female, best male and best child wearer. These will be judged and one person from each category will win a £25 Newlife voucher. To enter simply upload your picture onto the Newlife SuperStore facebook page; log on to facebook at www.facebook.com/newlifesuperstore and snap/share your hat photo on our wall to be instantly entered into the draw.

Sheila concluded: “This is a great way to get a bargain hat and a chance to win clothes plus your purchase will help disabled children as the profits from the Newlife SuperStore sales go to Newlife Foundation for disabled children.”

Newlife was recently featured on the Lorraine Kelly show as a great way to get a fashion bargain and help disabled children at the same time. So everyone wins.

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