24 December: Merry Christmas from Holly and The Original Home Store!

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Merry Christmas everyone! It’s the final day of advent, and who better to wish you a Happy Christmas on behalf of us all at notonthehighstreet.com than the lovely Holly Tucker, our Founder and CEO. She is holding a beautiful Amish Barn star by The Original Home Store.

Meet Holly

This Christmas will be special for Holly as she will be celebrating with all the excitement of a new parent; her family has just welcomed its newest addition, a puppy called Mr. Mudley! And with notonthehighstreet.com reaching many milestones in 2013, there will be plenty of champagne flowing.

As you might expect, Holly’s Christmas list is full of notonthehighstreet.com products, and with so many amazing new Partners joining each week she’s confessed that it’s continuously growing – Holly you’re giving Santa a run for his money! If pushed to pick a most wanted gift, it would have to be something from our pets department, given the arrival of Mr. Mudley.

For Holly, shopping at notonthehighstreet.com means supporting thousands of talented, creative small businesses, and giving a thoughtful gift that is truly special. In short – it means everything to her!

Meet The Original Home Store

Damian and Lou Cronin set up The Original Home Store in Little Bookham, Surrey, to create a very different shopping experience. Combining the reclaimed pieces that Damian sources alongside new, yet traditional items, they offer a huge range of products which have been rescued, re-loved, treasured and re-found.

For Damian and Lou, their Amish Barn Stars epitomise everything that notonthehighstreet.com believes in. They are all made by hand, they are all individual, and they all have a story to tell. Made from salvaged tin from the roofs of old barns they are they are each designed to bring good luck to your home.

Damian and Lou will be spending Christmas at home with their little girls. On Christmas Eve they all watch a Christmas film in front of the fire with a hot chocolate, before hanging up the stockings and making sure everything is ready for Santa to arrive later in the evening.

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