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Exhibition: The return of “ Oh Little Mince Pies”

Exhibition: The return of “ Oh Little Mince Pies”

A group Christmas exhibition

Where: ROAR! gallery 22 Vivian Street Wellington

When : now until 24th Dec 04

Contact: Melissa Young Ph 385 7602 W-F 10-2pm”

The Return of “Oh Little Mince Pies”

Let the festive fuss fade away and be gone
For by shopping at Roar! you’re bound not to go wrong
For stocking-fillers, presents or even a card
Going to ROAR! isn’t at all hard, just pop into 22 Vivian Street
Go on take a peek

The show is the perfect solution for those who want to find an original gift, something different to give to their friends and loved ones this Christmas. Oh little mince pies runs until 4pm on the Thursday 24th December, and when you buy you can take it away on the same day.

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