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Calendar Club Returns to Castle Quay

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Castle Quay is excited to welcome popular seasonal pop-up shop Calendar Club back to the centre in time for the busy Christmas period.

Calendar Club is the only specialist calendar retailer on the High Street, selling over 6,000 products from calendars and planners to diaries and stationery. This year the top bestselling calendars are set to include the Liverpool Football Club A3 Official Calendar and the Cotswolds Slim Calendar.

The Calendar Club store is located near to JD Sports and is packed with an extensive range of products to suit all tastes. With many products priced at £10 or under and spanning a variety of hobbies, interests and personality types, a gift from the Calendar Club can make the ideal stocking filler or meaningful gift.

Oliver Wren, Centre Director at Castle Quay says, “We’re thrilled to welcome Calendar Club back to the centre this festive season. Their opening always signals the imminent arrival of the Christmas period, with all the excitement that it brings, so it’s a great reminder that Christmas is just around the corner!”

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