Age UK Milton Keynes Trades Sale
Saturday, July 27th
Kiln Farm Furniture Store are holding a series of monthly specialised sales starting with a Trades/DIY Sale. We have a wide range of new and recycled items including: Baths, Sinks, Toilets, Power Tools, Showers, Basins, Shower Screens, so whether your in the building trade or just thinking of doing a DIY project at home, pop along and grab a bargain
Look out for the next months event - End of August Music Sale
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Kiln Farm Furniture Store
6 Burners Lane
The event runs from 9:00am to 5:00pm on the following dates.
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