Extended shopping hours at Liberty Mall

2015-12-09 06:00

LIBERTY Midlands Mall will be adding an extra two hours to shopping over the festive season with stores at the centre set to open at 8am and close at 7pm from 14 to 23 December, Monday to Saturday, including the public holiday on 16 December, on Sunday’s shops will close at 6pm but will be open from 8am. Restaurants will also be opened for patron’s pleasure.

“We know there are just not enough hours in the day, so we’re open later for you for your shopping convenience,” said Muhammad Varachia, mall general manager.

There will be optional trading on Christmas Day, 26 December and New Year’s Day from 9am to 5pm.

Santa will be visiting the mall during the same period at the Pick n Pay Christmas Village, from 11am to 4pm daily. Charity gift wrapping will be in aid of SPCA from 7 to 24 December at the Edgars Court and in aid of Lifeline from 14 to 24 December at Mr Price Home Court.

The Christmas Gifting Fair will run until 28 December and will stock handcrafted gifts. There will also be a LIV Village Gift Stall in the Edgars Court.

“Don’t worry if you have been naughty or nice, we’ll make your Christmas wishes come true. If you spend R750 or more, visit our Christmas kiosk in the Pick n Pay Court and choose 15 of your ultimate gifts from our amazing selection and you could win it all. The competition runs from the 10 to 21 December, so take advantage of our extended festive trading hours and you can also win,” said Varachia.

He added that the mall has a proud safety record, but in addition, are very excited to have the South African Police Services stationed on site this festive season.

“There will be plenty of visible policing and they will work hand in hand with mall security. The SAPS desk will be stationed next to our information desk and officers will be on hand to assist the public with crime awareness and prevention.

“We have also increased our security staff compliment. If a shopper experiences an incident or suspicious activity, they should report it immediately to centre management.”

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