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Tyrers celebrates 125 years
12:40pm Saturday 5th October 2013 in News
TYRERS of St Helens will close its doors early this Saturday, October 5, as the Mayor unveils a special commemorative plaque.
Invited guests, family and staff – both past and present – will join Councillor Andy Bowden, the Mayor of St Helens, at 4.30pm for the event to mark the department store’s 125th anniversary.
The plaque has been created by The World of Glass and features the words ‘125 years of retail excellence’.
The unveiling is the culmination of a series of celebrations that have been held to mark Tyrers’ milestone birthday.
As part of the celebrations on Saturday, shoppers will be in with a chance of winning £125 of vouchers to spend in store.
All you have to do is fill in the entry form on page 119 on this week's St Helens Star and take it along to any member of staff at Tyrers on Saturday, October 5, to be entered into the prize draw.
Customers can also enjoy a slice of Tyrers’ history on Saturday with a piece of celebration cake.
The cake has been made by Tyrers’ very own cook, Christine Fletcher, and assistant Jonathon Burton.
It is a four-tier cake – fruit, vanilla, lemon and chocolate. It will be on display in the restaurant tomorrow, Friday, and then slices will be given away to customers on Saturday for as long as it lasts.
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