Guess the year of the wedding dress… and win a hamper

TO say a grateful ‘thank you’ to their loyal customers, an Omagh dry cleaners are hosting a very special Christmas competition for charity… And you’re gonna have to take a walk down ‘memory aisle’ to enter!

Cleanwell Cleaners on John Street are currently displaying a vintage white wedding dress in their windows, and are asking locals to think carefully and guess the year that the wedding dress was worn in a bid to win a very special Christmas hamper.

Guesses cost £1 each, and all monies raised will be donated to Care for Cancer, a charity who provide information, advice and practical support to individuals and their families who have been touched by cancer in Omagh and surrounding areas.


“To thank our customers for their support over the years, we decided to do something different,” said a spokesperson from the local business.

“We are currently displaying a wedding dress in our window, and are asking customers to guess the year it was worn.”

They added, “We would like to wish all our customers and friends a very happy Christmas and a peaceful 2020.”

In another kind gesture of thanks, Cleanwell Cleaners are also offering a ‘December Special 3-for-2’, meaning customers can get three items cleaned for the price of two.

• Entries to the guess the year wedding dress competition cost £1 each, and all monies raised will be donated to Care For Cancer in Omagh.
The lucky competition winner will receive a very special Christmas hamper from Cleanwell Cleaners.
In the event that there is more than one correct guess, a member of Care for Cancer will draw the winner’s name from a raffle.

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