News: Town Update Feb 16

Posted on 4th February 2016

UPDATE FROM THE MARTLETS SHOPPING CENTRE

Champagne & Chocolates – All next week, The Martlets Shopping Centre will be hiding champagne and chocolates in a different store each day – Like our Facebook page and share this post for chances to WIN!  Clues to where the prize is located will be posted to Facebook and Twitter at midday for 7 days from Monday 8th – Sunday 14th Feb.  The winner will be the first person to claim the prize from our team in store after the clue is revealed.  T’s & C’s apply, see: http://bit.ly/1maue23.  Good luck!

 

2016 Six Nations – On Saturday 6th February, The Martlets Shopping Centre will be treating its shoppers to a day filled with rugby fun to celebrate the 2016 Six Nations competition and the anticipated England v Scotland match taking place that afternoon.

 

From 11am until 4pm, members of the Burgess Hill Rugby Football Club will be entertaining shoppers with mini demos and master classes.  The team’s mascot will also be making an appearance to help spread the sporting spirt and pose for photographers.

 

Throughout the day a face painter will be on hand to help shoppers show their support for their team by painting flags and team emblems onto their faces.  Following the event, visitors are encouraged to continue to enjoy the patriotic atmosphere by watching the match at the Shopping Centre’s resident bar, Pulse 2, while enjoying some delicious food and drink.

 

 

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