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Orpington Conservative candidate Jo Johnson to open home store in town tomorrow

PUBLISHED: 13:32 18 May 2017 | UPDATED: 13:32 18 May 2017

The front of the new home store

The front of the new home store

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The Julian Charles store is also offering discounts for opening day

Conservative election candidate for Orpington, Jo Johnson, will be opening a new store in the town, tomorrow.

A Julian Charles home store, which sells bed linen, curtains, throws and cushions, will be opening at Walnuts Shopping Centre on Friday, May 19.

Mr Johnson said: “It’s an honour to open this new and exciting store. The centre is a thriving part of Orpington’s community and it’s always nice to see new businesses coming into the town. I’m sure Julian Charles will be a popular addition for local shoppers.”

Store manager, Catherine Whitehead, added: “We are really looking forward to introducing the store to the people of Orpington. It’s in a greta location and we’re anticipating a busy opening weekend.”

On opening day, offers for shoppers include a £5 discount off any £40 spend, as well as the opportunity to win a king size duvet set and cushions worth more than £100.

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