Get Ready to Play Odd Man Out

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Traders in Fulham and Wandsworth Bridge Roads are celebrating the festive season by joining in a fun game called Odd Man Out.

The challenge for SW6's Christmas shoppers is to check out the front windows of participating shops and spot the "odd man out" - small household objects that don't fit in the window.

For example, it could be a teabag in a DIY shop or a cotton reel in a butchers.

The contest runs from December 1 to 14 and there are two separate competitions for Fulham Road and Wandsworth Bridge Road. Each competition offers a winning hamper/goody bag filled with 20 fantastic prizes, all donated by local businesses, including toys, gifts, vouchers, pampering treatments and more.

You can pick up a competition form for the Fulham Road competition from any one of the participating Fulham Road businesses or the Durell Arms at 704 Fulham Road. Here are the Fulham Road stores taking part: Artbeat; BOB Boutique; Cath Kidston; Ex-cellar; Fulham Osteopaths; Fulham Pharmacy; Health Foods; Indian Summer; KIT; Little Heroes; Maharani; Mind Body Spirit; Mind Charity Shop; Oliver Bonas; Parsons Nose; Perry’s; Pottery Café - Fulham; Profeet; Ray Munn; SASTRAADA Design; Samsara Studios; Trek-King; Trinity Hospice; Walker Slater, Emma Bridgewater.

You can also pick up a competition from any one of the participating Wandsworth Bridge Road businesses, who are: ABC Pharmacy; Artiquea; Aspire; Associated Security; Circus Circus; Cissbury; Cutture; Harrington; Hurlingham & Harrison; John Lewis - of Hungerford; Ian Mankin; Penhallow; Prêt à Vivre; Randalls; Sophistocat; Sue Walker; The Carpet Library; Town & Country; Walters Opticians; Woodstock.

For more information about theses competitioncontact the Fulham town centre manager on 020 7835 5695 or email nicki.burgess@lbhf.gov.uk.

November 30, 2010

 

 

 

November 30, 2010

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