Independent costume jewellery store from Wisbech, Julz, to offer ‘charity gift wrap’ and other festive treats

PUBLISHED: 17:55 24 November 2010

Julz, Norfolk Street, Wisbech

Julz, Norfolk Street, Wisbech

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Julz........! are planning to make it a Christmas to remember for a charity and its customers with a number of special events planned to coincide with the festive season.

Julz, Norfolk Street, Wisbech

The independent costume jewellery store of Norfolk Street, Wisbech, specialises in a wide-range of accessories and gift ideas for all ages.

Hair extensions, necklaces, earrings and bangles are just some of the items of different shapes and sizes which offer a wave of colour and choice for customers who will now also be treated to some surprising Christmas treats.

Julz are offering to gift wrap any item - even those not bought from the store - for free as long as a donation is made to the Wisbech and District Cancer Support charity.

The ‘charity gift wrap’ begins on December 4 but really swings into action on December 13 when it is offered until Christmas Eve.

This includes a full day of free gift-wrapping for anybody who donates on December 20 - Wisbech’s Christmas Market Day.

The store has a variety of other festive surprises in store over the Christmas period to delight customers.

A ‘cascading Christmas tree’ will be on display in the shop window and free chocolate coins will be given to any customer who buys a money box.

‘Snowman poo’ and ‘reindeer food’ will also be available to be brought as staff at Julz get into the festive spirit.

For anyone looking for an excellent Christmas gift - and a great festive experience - Julz really is the place to visit.

Charity gift wrap times at Julz, 109 Norfolk Street, Wisbech

Saturday December 4 - 9.30am-5pm

Sunday December 5 - 11am-3pm

Saturday December 11 - 9.30am-5.30pm

Sunday December 12 - 11am-3pm

Every day between December 13 and December 24 (subject to shop opening hours)

For any information about Wisbech and District Cancer Support charity contact Anita Barker on 01945 461623.


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