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Stickybeaks is not just candy but eye candy gifts and sweets
Keep Saturday 5th of December 2020 free for the grand opening of Claire Bissett's Stickybeaks, a new novelty gift and sweet shop located at 237 Albany Highway, Victoria Park at the Causeway end, just a short walk from the Victoria Park Transfer Station linking this east access area to Perth, Fremantle, Midland and Armadale. Stickybeaks is right next door to Claire's store In Retrospect which is re-opening also on December the 5th.
To celebrate the opening of Stickybeaks, there will be lots of fun for the children with face-painting, giveaways and discounts with lots of sweets for all ages to drool over. The shop is not only mouth-watering for its sweet delights but is literally eye candy with unusual lollies, jars of alluring sweets, jams, cakes, including Christmas Cakes, quirky gifts and humbugs! There are many beautifully packaged gifts suitable for Christmas with Christmas cards and wrapping for sale.
Stickybeaks will delight all ages with lots of mouthwatering sweets, jams, cakes and novelty gifts
Stickybeaks will be open on Saturday from 10.00am until 5.00 pm but as a special treat there will be face-painting, giveaways and discounts between 1.00pm and 2.00pm. Normal opening times will be Wednesdays to Saturdays from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm.
Stickybeaks will be open from 10 - 5 but between 11 and 2 there will be fun for children with face-painting, lolly bags giveaways to kids and discounts galore
Stickybeaks is a mouth-watering store with all the old favourites including giant lollipops, chocolates and licorice as well as some modern sweets of the quirky variety. Bring the kids along for a Goodie bag during the 3-hour fun time slot of 11.00 am to 2.00 pm.
Giant lollipops, licorice and chocolates make Stickybeaks a mouthwatering store
As well as confectionery and sweets, Stickybeaks sells lots of novelty gifts and small toys which are inexpensive but lots of fun for kids. Great little stocking fillers too.
As well as lollies Stickybeaks sells novelty gifts and inexpensive stocking fillers
While the kids are having fun with face-paint and lolly bags take time to have a look at In Retrospect, Claire's shop next door. In Retrospect is an inviting vintage store all set with treasures, trinkets and iconic items from the distant past, and an age not so long ago with many artistic, decorative and crafty items to peruse.
While the kids are getting their faces painted browse Claire Bissett's shop Retrospect for vintage gifts
History buffs and book lovers will be pleased to know that Secondlook Books run by John Bissett, local historian and book entrepreneur, has set up shop within In Retrospect. John has an array of titles to choose from and a wealth of knowledge to draw on. You never know, you may just find, as some have done, a book written by an ancestor of yours.
Secondlook Books with local historian John Bissett is located in Retrospect
Claire, Helen and John are looking forward to welcoming families to the Grand Opening of Stickybeaks and to the re-opening of In Retrospect and Secondlook Books next door.
You can even make a day of it wandering further into Victoria Park to enjoy the long-awaited taste of freedom in many of the restaurants coffee houses and bistros along the route or stroll down to the Swan River foreshore at McCallum Park for a picnic and look out for the dolphins.
Grand Opening Times: Saturday, December 5th 10.00am to 5.00pm with special fun, face-painting, giveaways and discounts between 11.00 am and 2.00 pm.
Normal opening times: Wednesdays to Saturdays from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm.
For more information about Stickybeaks, In Retrospect or SecondLook Books please contact Claire Bissett on 042285756.