It’s Black Friday on 24th November and we’re so excited we thought we’d bring our customers a week of deals!
Every day this week we’ll be releasing a new deal. We’ll have offers on pet supplies, clothing, Christmas items, and lots more.
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Black Friday is the perfect time to stock up on Christmas presents, so make sure you keep your eyes peeled on our social feeds and emails…
Great news, we’re having a big end-of-line stock clearance at Mill Outlets.
Our regular customers know that there’s always a bargain or two to be found on the Mill Outlets web store, and we’re adding even more end-of-season stock over the next few days to celebrate the UK August bank holiday.
We’ve slashed prices on end-of-line items from our home linens, nightwear, pet supplies, and other clearance departments. I’s good news for knitters too, with an entire section dedicated to sale yarns and pattern books.
Great to see Chic Alpine Chalets, one of our overseas customers, that we supply our finest Egyptian Cotton Linen, is now open for a new ski season.
So if you going to stay or you want to rent it for a winter or summer holiday you will be sleeping on our Luxurious Egyptian Cotton Sheets 🙂
You can find some on our website.
2016 is a leap year, when a Leap Day is added as 29th February. It was added by the Roman Emperor Caesar Augustus. It is needed every 4 years to keep our calendar in alignment with the Earth’s revolution around the Sun. It takes exactly 365.2442 days for a complete orbit of the earth around the sun.
This extra day makes the year 366 days long instead of 365, there will be a February 29 2016.
Tradition says that in a Leap Year a woman can propose to a man. St Patrick supposedly gave women the chance to propose to their suitor every Leap Year, after St Bridget had complained that some women were having to wait too long for their men to propose. Unfortunately research shows that it usually ends in failure.
What are your bonfire traditions? Joules Journal tells you about their top 5.
Find our suggestions below:
1. Build the Fire – collect up any old pallets, bits of timber and garden waste. Make it in the shape of a tipee and keep a place for the Guy on the top.
2. Make a Guy – this represents Guy Fawkes the main conspirator who tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament. Collect some old colths and use a sack or pillowcase for the head, stuff the body with straw and put him on top of the bonfire.
3. Fireworks – prepare the firworks a safe distance for the spectators and enjoy the whoosh, the bang, the bright colours and the glorious spectical of the rockets in the night sky.
4. Food – Hot dogs and toffee apples are a must, they are the traditional food while keeping warm around the bonfire.
5.Keep Warm – the food and the bonfire will keep you warm but also make sure you wrap up warm with a hat, scarf and gloves.