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A bumper two-day 'Monkey Clothes' sale is taking place at Bradmoor Farm Shop on Friday 29th & Saturday 30th September from 9:30am — 3:00pm.

On offer are Top Brand, High Quality Pre-Loved Children's Clothes including those from Boden, Little White Company, Frugi, JoJo Maman Bebe, Little Bird, Joules, Monsoon, Next, John Lewis, GAP, Clarks, plus many more of your favourite brands.

Tea and Coffee available in the Cafe, or stay for lunch. Lots of lovely fresh produce available in the Farm Shop. Plus a free colouring corner to keep your Little Monkeys entertained!

For more information see the Facebook page
Tel: 07736 464675
or Email: monkeyclothesuk@outlook.com

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