Pennington MobilityPennington Mobility is holding a clearance sale of its range of mobility and daily living aids ahead of closing the store down at the end of this month.

Many items are half price or less in the sale while stocks last at the store, which is located in the village of Pennington, just outside Lymington, Hampshire with plenty of free samples.

Tracy Matthews, Owner of Pennington Mobility Shop, commented: “We have worked hard over the past 12 years to serve the community and we are so very grateful to have met some truly wonderful and inspiring people.Pennington Mobility living aids

“We would like to thank all our amazing customers over the years for your custom and support.”

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Tracy added that Pennington Pharmacy will be unaffected by the closure and will continue to operate as normal.

Anyone interested in acquiring any fixtures and fittings or items of stock is being advised to get in touch by emailing info@penningtonmobility.co.uk.

Items on offer include slat wall panels, slat wall fittings, hooks, an acrylic display and a rubber cable cover, as well as stock items such as DB and Cosyfeet shoes and slippers.

The store’s opening times are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10am–3pm.

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