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Christmas at Millbrook




Millbrook’s Christmas 2017 will be unveiled at our super-exciting Christmas launch on the weekend of the 7th/8th of October when you’ll be able to come in-store and get a preview of our first drop of Christmas decorations, lighting and gifts. Discover this year’s fashionable colours and themes, be inspired by our festive displays, replace those troublesome tree lights, freshen up that tatty old tinsel and tick that tricky auntie’s gift off the list early!
     
  For children, there’s Santa’s Arrival (Gravesend, Saturday the 18th of November at 11am; Crowborough Saturday the 25th November at 11am and Staplehurst, Saturday the 25th November at 2.30pm) and of course, Santa’s Magical Millbrook Grotto, full of wonder and the opportunity to meet the big jolly fellow himself.
     

  We’d also like to invite you to join us for our fun festive charity evening to raise money for the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance on the 16th of November at 6.30pm. Make a small donation, play a game and you might win a prize discount to spend on the night!
     
  And finally, in December, there’s Christmas dinners (no booking required) to be devoured, mince pies to be munched, hot chocolate to huddle around and a cosy café to meet your friends in before you tackle the final Christmas shop.

It’s going to be our best Christmas yet and we look forward to celebrating it with you.
     
                                   
           Coming soon to the Millbrook blog! Christmas decoration themes for 2017 and Christmas gift ideas!


                         

I do know what he means. 
My garden has been pretty neglected this winter, apart from the odd
bonfire and pruning my apple tree it has been left to its own devices.  
I do know what he means. 
My garden has been pretty neglected this winter, apart from the odd
bonfire and pruning my apple tree it has been left to its own devices.  

Although I don’t directly buy any of the product that we sell, I do like to poke my nose in and see some of the things that we are planning to sell. 
Although I don’t directly buy any of the product that we sell, I do like to poke my nose in and see some of the things that we are planning to sell. 

On Thursday we visited the air ambulance crew who are based in Malden, near our Staplehurst centre. It was great to meet the team and hear about how they operate and the work they do.  We met the Paramedic, Doctor and pilot who fly the helicopter anywhere they are needed across the region.