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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 31 YEARS 'Andessa' Selling and buying antique, vintage, bespoke, unique & pre-owned, jewellery. Professional


ultrasonic jewellery cleaning


£3.00 per item or 3 items for just £5.00


Ready within the hour!


Hello and Happy Sunny Summer ‘Sunshiny’ Days to You!


Qualified ear piercing £14.00 Includes studs and aftercare solution


Piercing studs available to buy separately Safe & easy to wear great for work/sports


From £5.00 to £10.00 EC nickel compliant


Guaranteed for sensitive ears


Watch batteries fitted for £5.00 Jewellery repairs and alterations Re-stringing


Re-setting missing stones Written valuations for insurance 33 Main Street, Cockermouth


01900 824300 • www.andessa.co.uk • There’s something to suit every wish and every pocket!


INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK ISSUE 427 | 19 JULY 2018 | 8


I have to say, I have been loving this amazing weather we have been blessed with over the past few weeks and long may it continue - until December is fine by me! The summer is for me a super busy time, as it marks the arrival of the 6 weeks of summer holidays, which is the PERFECT time for ear piercing, as you are not at school, it gives you plenty of time to heal and get to grips with caring for your added sparkles. I am always inundated with excited girls and boys who are ready for this rite of passage, but I do have some appointment spaces still available in July. Please remember to book in advance to avoid disappointment, either via Facebook message, or call me on 01900 824300. I look forward to making more of you sparkle in the summer sun!


Tessa xx


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