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Winter Wonderland at The Brewery this weekend

17:17 20 November 2012

The Brewery is hosting a Winter Wonderland event this weekend.

The Brewery is hosting a Winter Wonderland event this weekend.

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Get in the festive spirit by joining in the Winter Wonderland at a Romford shopping centre this weekend.

The Brewery, which is hosting the event between 11am and 4pm on Saturday and Sunday, will transport shoppers to any one of a number of magical Christmas destinations with the help of green-screen technology.

Picture yourself riding through the snow in a sleigh pulled by Huskies or visit the North Pole with Santa Claus and receive a free Christmas souvenir photo to take home with you.

All photos will be uploaded on to The Brewery Facebook page and the person with the photo that has the most likes will win £500 to spend at The Brewery in the New Year.

Some shoppers will also receive a Brewery Advent Calendar filled with special offers and prize draws from Brewery retailers.

The Nando’s mascot, Marci will also be making special appearances throughout the weekend to giveaway Nando’s goodies.

Rubie Charalambous, manager of The Brewery, said: “This year, we are excited to be sending our shoppers to virtual destinations all across the globe as part of our annual Christmas event.

“We hope that everyone can take time out of their Christmas shopping to join us and celebrate the festive season.”

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