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117 Seaview Road, New Brighton, (opposite school), Phone 388-5757
Christchurch's seaside destination for shopping, dining and entertainment
Focus On New Brighton
115 Brighton Mall - Ph 388 8905
Open 7 days
Sports bags $19.99
Polo Shirts $14.99
Tee Shirts from $4.99
Souvenir Clearance bins all $2.00
Sheet Sets from $39.00
Towels from $4.99
Table Cloths and Runners from $2.99
Too many items to list --
you won't be disappointed
Fresh start for popular store
REGULARS RETURN: Lorraine Reardon says many of Clearance House's regular customers have returned to the shop at its new location.
The Clearance House has now been
in their new premises since August --
directly across the road from where
they were situated for 13 years.
''I have seen many of my regular
customers returning as well as new
ones discovering this unique shop,''
said owner Lorraine Reardon.
''There has been a lot of criticism
of this shopping area but it attracts
many visitors and is an excellent
area for shopping value, which is
what we all need after the rocky last
Where else can people go where
they can park close by and walk to
the beach, cafes and shops without
the stress of the stuffy malls -- come
out and enjoy the fresh air and
The Clearance House (Sydenham
Wholesale 2003 Ltd) is one of those
shops with such a variety of items
that customers take the time to
browse and always find a bargain,
''We have always had a good
name for linen and sell some of the
''Most will be familiar with the
Trinity Towels which are available for
Clearance House also stocks the
affordable range, from $4.99. The
summer sheets are available in a
fantastic colour range, at excellent
value, as well as a full range of
towels, face cloths and tea towels.
''Our tablecloth section is one of
the best in town with such a variety
of sizes and designs. The most
popular is the plain which is sold at
bulk prices for caterers and
In the souvenir section there are
many lines from $2 to $30.
''Now is the time to stock up on
the clearance lines with T-shirts from
The $2 bins are also being stocked
with end-of-line items, in prepar-
ation for new products arriving.
''Our silk flowers are just beautiful
and only $2 each -- we often have
little time in our lives to be filling the
vase with fresh flowers, only to see
the petals dropping the next day.''
Lorraine said the New Zealand-made
manuka honey skin care products
are very popular and wonderful
value for money.
''The jewellery is another treasure
trove not to be missed.''
So take a drive to New Brighton --
don't worry about the bumps -- and
give the seaside community a
''We have become a village of
character and most retailers are here
tostay--Iamcertainly pleased to be
Clearance House is open seven
days a week during January, then
after the holiday period will be
closed on Sundays.
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