LUSH arrives in Canterbury!

PUBLISHED: 19:18 03 December 2012 | UPDATED: 22:27 20 February 2013

11 December sees a celebratory opening party at the new LUSH store in Canterbury High Street from 11am

LUSH arrives in Canterbury!

Get ready to celebrate the opening of LUSH Canterbury! On Tuesday 11 December thestaff invite you to a celebratory opening party at the new store located at8 High Street, Canterbury, CT1 2JH.

Come down from 11am for a champagne reception and a chance to see staff demonstrating just how fresh and natural LUSH is with in-store displays of real fruit produce, highlighting how the company puts the whole fruit intoits products and just how these ingredients nourish our bodies.

As as an opening day treat, the first 60 customers will receive a complimentary, limited edition Lush canvas bag with purchase.

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