China Town bigger, better

2017-11-28 06:01

Rising from the ashes after a devastating fire in October last year in which a third of China Town was destroyed and significant damage was done to the gym and other areas of the complex, China Town Sable Square opened 15 new shops over the past weekend.

All of the affected shopkeepers suffered significant losses, and many of them have found it difficult to survive while the damaged areas were being rebuilt. Most of them, however, have returned and taken the new shops. They started trading on 24 November and are looking forward to a successful season.

China Town has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with Sable Square for about six years. Now there will be 43 shops to choose from – offering a variety of products, from the latest fashions to toys, party products and motor spares at the usual China Town bargain prices.

China Town invites residents to come to Sable Square to browse all 43 shops with the added convenience of the mainstream retailers at Sable Square, such as Pick n Pay, Clicks and Spur, as well as a revamped, state-of-the-art gym and a new dedicated children’s gym.

To celebrate the reopening of these shops, there were dragon dancers and other entertainment at Sable Square this past Saturday.

Rising from the ashes after a devastating fire in October last year – in which a third of China Town was destroyed and significant damage was done to the gym and other areas of the shopping complex – China Town Sable Square in Milnerton opened 15 new shops over the past weekend.

All of the affected shopkeepers suffered significant losses, and many of them have found it difficult to survive while the damaged areas were being rebuilt.

Most of them, however, have returned and taken the new shops. They started trading on 24 November and are looking forward to a successful season.

China Town has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with Sable Square for about six years.

Now there will be 43 shops to choose from – offering a variety of products, from the latest fashions to toys, party products and motor spares at the usual China Town bargain prices.

China Town invites residents to come to Sable Square to browse all 43 shops with the added convenience of the mainstream retailers at Sable Square, such as Pick n Pay, Clicks and Spur, as well as a revamped, state-of-the-art gym and a new dedicated children’s gym.

To celebrate the reopening of these shops, there were dragon dancers and other entertainment at Sable Square this past Saturday.

Rising from the ashes after a devastating fire in October last year – in which a third of China Town was destroyed and significant damage was done to the gym and other areas of the shopping complex – China Town Sable Square opened 15 new shops over the past weekend.

All of the affected shopkeepers suffered significant losses, and many of them have found it difficult to survive while the damaged areas were being rebuilt. Most of them, however, have returned and taken the new shops. They started trading on 24 November and are looking forward to a successful season.

China Town has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with Sable Square for about six years.

Now there will be 43 shops to choose from – offering a variety of products, from the latest fashions to toys, party products and motor spares at the usual China Town bargain ­prices.

China Town invites residents to come to Sable Square to browse all 43 shops with the added convenience of the mainstream retailers at Sable Square, such as Pick n Pay, Clicks and Spur, as well as a revamped, state-of-the-art gym and a new dedicated children’s gym.

To celebrate the reopening of these shops, there were dragon dancers and other entertainment at Sable Square this past Saturday.

Rising from the ashes after a devastating fire in October last year – in which a third of China Town was destroyed and significant damage was done to the gym and other areas of the shopping complex – China Town Sable Square in Milnerton opened 15 new shops over the past weekend.

All of the affected shopkeepers suffered significant losses, and many of them have found it difficult to survive while the damaged areas were being rebuilt.

Most of them, however, have returned and taken the new shops. They started trading on 24 November and are looking forward to a successful season.

China Town has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with Sable Square for about six years.

Now there will be 43 shops to choose from – offering a variety of products, from the latest fashions to toys, party products and motor spares at the usual China Town bargain prices.

China Town invites residents to come to Sable Square to browse all 43 shops with the added convenience of the mainstream retailers at Sable Square, such as Pick n Pay, Clicks and Spur, as well as a revamped, state-of-the-art gym and a new dedicated children’s gym.

To celebrate the reopening of these shops, there were dragon dancers and other entertainment at Sable Square this past Saturday.

Rising from the ashes after a devastating fire in October last year – in which a third of China Town was destroyed and significant damage was done to the gym and other areas of the complex – China Town Sable Square opened 15 new shops over the past weekend.

All of the affected shopkeepers suffered significant losses, and many of them have found it difficult to survive while the damaged areas were being rebuilt. Most of them, however, have returned and taken the new shops. They started trading on 24 November and are looking forward to a successful season.

China Town has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with Sable Square for about six years. Now there will be 43 shops to choose from – offering a variety of products, from the latest fashions to toys, party products and motor spares at the usual China Town bargain prices.

China Town invites residents to come to Sable Square to browse all 43 shops with the added convenience of the mainstream retailers at Sable Square, such as Pick n Pay, Clicks and Spur, as well as a revamped, state-of-the-art gym and a new dedicated children’s gym.

To celebrate the reopening of these shops, there were dragon dancers and other entertainment at Sable Square this past Saturday.

Rising from the ashes after a devastating fire in October last year – in which a third of China Town was destroyed and significant damage was done to the gym and other areas of the complex – China Town Sable Square in Milnerton opened 15 new shops over the past weekend.

All of the affected shopkeepers suffered significant losses, and many of them have found it difficult to survive while the damaged areas were being rebuilt. Most of them, however, have returned and taken the new shops. They started trading on 24 November and are looking forward to a successful season.

China Town has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with Sable Square for about six years. Now there will be 43 shops to choose from – offering a variety of products, from the latest fashions to toys, party products and motor spares at the usual China Town bargain prices.

China Town invites residents to come to Sable Square to browse all 43 shops with the added convenience of the mainstream retailers at Sable Square, such as Pick n Pay, Clicks and Spur, as well as a revamped, state-of-the-art gym and a new dedicated children’s gym.

To celebrate the reopening of these shops, there were dragon dancers and other entertainment at Sable Square this past Saturday.

Rising from the ashes after a devastating fire in October last year in which a third of China Town was destroyed and significant damage was done to the gym and other areas of the complex, China Town Sable Square opened 15 new shops over the past weekend.

All of the affected shopkeepers suffered significant losses, and many of them have found it difficult to survive while the damaged areas were being rebuilt. Most of them, however, have returned and taken the new shops. They started trading on 24 November and are looking forward to a successful season.

China Town has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with Sable Square for about six years. Now there will be 43 shops to choose from – offering a variety of products, from the latest fashions to toys, party products and motor spares at the usual China Town bargain prices.

China Town invites residents to come to Sable Square to browse all 43 shops with the added convenience of the mainstream retailers at Sable Square, such as Pick n Pay, Clicks and Spur, as well as a revamped, state-of-the-art gym and a new dedicated children’s gym.

To celebrate the reopening of these shops, there were dragon dancers and other entertainment at Sable Square this past Saturday.

Rising from the ashes after a devastating fire in October last year – in which a third of China Town was destroyed and significant damage was done to the gym and other areas of the shopping complex – China Town Sable Square in Milnerton opened 15 new shops over the past weekend.

All of the affected shopkeepers suffered significant losses, and many of them have found it difficult to survive while the damaged areas were being rebuilt.

Most of them, however, have returned and taken the new shops. They started trading on 24 November and are looking forward to a successful season.

China Town has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with Sable Square for about six years.

Now there will be 43 shops to choose from – offering a variety of products, from the latest fashions to toys, party products and motor spares at the usual China Town bargain prices.

China Town invites residents to come to Sable Square to browse all 43 shops with the added convenience of the mainstream retailers at Sable Square, such as Pick n Pay, Clicks and Spur, as well as a revamped, state-of-the-art gym and a new dedicated children’s gym.

To celebrate the reopening of these shops, there were dragon dancers and other entertainment for visitors at Sable Square this past Saturday.

Rising from the ashes after a devastating fire in October last year – in which a third of China Town was destroyed and significant damage was done to the gym and other areas of the shopping complex – China Town Sable Square in Milnerton opened 15 new shops over the past weekend.

All of the affected shopkeepers suffered significant losses, and many of them have found it difficult to survive while the damaged areas were being rebuilt.

Most of them, however, have returned and taken the new shops. They started trading on 24 November and are looking forward to a successful season.

China Town has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with Sable Square for about six years.

Now there will be 43 shops to choose from – offering a variety of products, from the latest fashions to toys, party products and motor spares at the usual China Town bargain prices.

China Town invites residents to come to Sable Square to browse all 43 shops with the added convenience of the mainstream retailers at Sable Square, such as Pick n Pay, Clicks and Spur, as well as a revamped, state-of-the-art gym and a new dedicated children’s gym.

To celebrate the reopening of these shops, there were dragon dancers and other entertainment for visitors at Sable Square this past Saturday.

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