Gadsby’s January Sale

December 31, 2019

Sale is now over!

Gadsbys will be starting their sale on the 2nd of January 2020.

Items reduced by 25% or more will include all of the pictures in the gallery, and 25% discount on all of the giftware items in the first floor show room.

You will also find some great deals on paint, brushes and canvas’s in the ground floor art department.

We open again, after the New Year, on Thursday 2nd January at 9.00am.

Please come into the shop and see our great selection of products and talk to our experts who are there to help you.

22 Market Place
Leicester
LE1 5GF

 

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