With less than a month to go to Shop Clitheroe’s third anniversary Superdraw at the Food Festival on August 8th, the latest winner of £50 worth of Shop Clitheroe vouchers is retired hospital sister Maureen Nuttall, from Clitheroe.
Maureen has two grown-up daughters and one grown-up son, four granddaughters and one great grandson, all of whom live locally.
Now retired, Maureen was a Ward Sister at Calderstones Hospital, Whalley, and in her spare time when not looking after her extended family she is helping with the archives at St Mary’s Parish Church.
“I am Clitheroe born and bred, and as I don’t drive I do the vast majority of my shopping in town,” said Maureen, who has had a Shop Clitheroe card for about two years.
“I have already decided that I will use my vouchers at the opticians, as I wear disposable contact lenses and I am due for a new batch.”
Maureen collected her vouchers from Pat Cassidy, manageress at Lady Clitheroe on New Market Street.
Pat said: “We are delighted to be able to support Shop Clitheroe and it is a great benefit to our customers and Lady Clitheroe. We stock a large range of stylish brands for discerning ladies, with something for every occasion in our spacious display area on New Market Street.
“Shortly we will be opening a new fashion outlet on Castle Street, branded “Labels for Less” with designer labels for everyone at bargain prices. It is a pleasure to present Maureen with her winnings.”
All Shop Clitheroe card holders are reminded to make the most of the next few weeks to get their cards stamped in time for the August Superdraw, with more details to follow in the Clitheroe Advertiser and Times.
Winning vouchers, provided by Clitheroe Chamber of Trade and Commerce, can be redeemed at any participating business.
For anyone who has yet to get their Shop Clitheroe card, Membership Stations are located at: Raffia, 38 King Street; Clitheroe Dry Cleaners, Wellgate; Elan Boutique, Castlegate; Sarah Rose, Market Place.
Maureen Nuttall (left) receives her vouchers from Pat Cassidy at Lady Clitheroe, New Market Street.