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Birthday Week Deals in Peebles

It's our birthday week in Peebles again and after the success of last year's 20th anniversary celebration discounts and offers we've got more on offer for our 21st.
Events start on St Andrew's Day
Starting on St Andrew's Day 30th November we'll have 20% discount on a wide range of clothing, footwear and accessories across the Peebles store. Check out our window display for twenty gift ideas for the outdoor enthusiast in your life, all for £20 or less.
Thursday 5th December (the actual date of our anniversary) is The BIG Christmas Lights switch on in Peebles and we will be open late. After you've seen Beltane Queen Rianna switch on the lights don't forget to make your way down to the Old Town where all the shops, including Out & About, will be open late. More information about the timetable of the evening can be found by following this link
Our special offers conclude on Saturday 7th December which is Small Business Saturday
This year is the first Small Business Saturday in the UK. You might have seen the TV adverts already. It's about encouraging everyone in the UK to support small businesses, like ours, that offer something a bit different from the norm, on one of the busiest shopping days of the year- we hope to see lots of you.


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