Norwood charity shops announce Black Friday sale AND late night designer shopping events22 November 2017Press ReleaseNorwood charity shops are offering shoppers a number of treats over the next few weeks, with a Black Friday sale this Friday and two special late night shopping events in Golders Green and Stanmore in the first two weeks of December.Norwood is offering a 50% discount on all products sold across in its eight charity shops on Friday, 24 November as part of Black Friday.It is the first time Norwood has rolled out a sale across its stores for Black Friday, a retail tradition that’s come across from the US and falls on the day after Thanksgiving.Norwood stores will be open from 9.30am to 2.45pm on 24 November and the 50% discount will apply throughout the day.In addition, Norwood’s Golders Green and Stanmore stores will host late night designer shopping events in December. On Tuesday, 12 December the shop at 14 The Broadway will extend its opening hours to 8.30pm, with the 84 Golders Green Road ladieswear boutique doing the same on Thursday, 14 December.There will be bubbly to welcome shoppers, and Norwood staff will be dressed up to add some glamour to proceedings!Shoppers can expect to pick up late night bargains from brands including Chanel, Burberry, Alice Temperley, Diane von Furstenberg and Oscar de la Renta.Norwood trading operations manager Kayt Mendies said: “This is a great chance for us to do something different for our customers. Everyone loves a bargain and the Black Friday sale will certainly provide many of those. Added to that, our late night shopping events will provide a bit of midwinter glamour for our loyal shoppers!”—ENDS—Notes for editorsFurther informationFor further information please contact Norwood press team:By email: firstname.lastname@example.orgBy phone: 020 8420 6866 or 07736 458532More images are available upon requestAbout NorwoodNorwood is the largest Jewish charity in the UK supporting vulnerable children and their families, children with special educational needs and people with learning disabilities and autism.Founded in 1795, Norwood is one of the UK’s oldest charities and the only Jewish charity to enjoy the Patronage of Her Majesty The Queen.It helps children and adults to maximise their potential at home, at school and throughout their lives, through personalised services designed to enable choice.Each year Norwood needs £35m to keep its services running, £12m of which comes through voluntary donations. These services include a total of 55 residential, supported living and family centres across London and the South East.Norwood currently runs eight charity shops across North and East London thanks to the support of 150 dedicated volunteers.