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Sunday, 26 August 2012


Partiz Celebrate the Opening of their New Shop Saturday 1st September
Slough's favourite party shop is moving.  But don't worry they're only moving a few doors along from their current shop at The Observatory. The new shop will be bigger, brighter and have loads more fun items for you to enjoy. To celebrate the opening of the new shop and as a big thanks you to all their customers, old and new.  Partiz are offering everyone who visits the new shop on the opening day the chance to have their faces painted for FREE by The Centre's resident face painter Lyndsey Mayes. Why not bring your little ones along and join in the fun, please pop along to Partiz new shop next door to Diffusion on Saturday 1st September.

The Paralympics are just days away and The Queensmere Observatory will be celebrating and supporting these extraordinary athletes with two events at The Observatory.

Jaden Cornelious sings 'Nature's Miracle' for charity Saturday 1st September
After performing at The Queensmere last weekend, Jaden Cornelious is back by popular demand at The Observatory to perform on 1st September from midday to raise awareness and funds for Berkshire based Sports Able and London based Access Sport, both helping disabled children access sports facilities, mentoring and training.

Jaden has written and released the song 'Nature's Miracle' a song that is not only a positive affirmation, but which celebrates the fact that no matter what, we are totally unique. No one can walk, talk or smile like us - we are nature's individual miracles and that is something to not only be proud of but to be celebrated. The song was released online in July 2012 and 100% of ALL download sales will be shared equally between his chosen charities, chosen as they help children/adults with disabilities and children from deprived areas to achieve their sporting dreams.

Come along to The Observatory outside Primark and enjoy a fantastic voice and amazing song while supporting a very worthy cause.

For more information on this campaign visit or to download the song

The Queensmere Observatory Invites Visitors to Put themselves in the Chairs of our Paralympians on Saturday 8th September
Local conflict resolution charity Aik Saath (together as one) has teamed up with arts organisation Creative Junction and The Queensmere Observatory Shopping Centre to give the public a chance to try their hand at wheelchair basketball. The event will take place on Saturday 8th September, in the promotions area of The Observatory Shopping Centre – outside Primark. Visitors will be invited to see how many baskets they can score from a sports wheelchair within a one minute period.  People waiting their turn will be encouraged to download a free game for mobile phones, developed by Slough organisation Creative Junction. Wheels of Glory is focussed on promoting the following of this iconic Paralympic sport.

Fantastic Savings to be found at The Queensmere Observatory

Visit Marks & Spencer this week and you’ll find some great money saving deals throughout the store. There’s 25% off selected cakes, two for £10.00 on selected frozen fish, three for two on selected soft drinks and two for £7.00 on frozen fish.  Treat yourself to some pampering with two body butters for just £9.00 and there’s a great buy one get one free on sun care products.

Visit Argos and save up to 60% on furniture and there’s 50% off selected toys and small kitchen appliances and irons.

At Debenhams there’s 20% off school wear and Bluezoo children’s wear, and you can save 50% at Diffusion Kids in their end of season sale. 

If you’re looking for a special gift for someone, pop into F. Hinds, they’re currently offering 50% off selected jewellery and up to half price off selected diamonds!

Please visit for a full listing of special offers and forthcoming events at The Queensmere Observatory. Or like them on facebook and receive up to the minute news and special offers.

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