Quack Quack! Betty's Purchase!

Quack Quack! Betty's Purchase!

By News Manager / 23 February 2015 / News

One of the perks of working in Milners is getting to know all the stock, and recently our apprentice Betty fell in love with this gorgeous Daisy Duck jumper from Joules, and bought one for herself! It’s so soft and snuggly and we think Daisy is adorable. It looks fantastic on her!


A Visit to Tulchan Clothing Ltd

A Visit to Tulchan Clothing Ltd

By News Manager / 20 February 2015 / News

This month sees the start of our buying process. Can you believe we are looking at ranges now for AW15? It seems such a long way off!

We were lucky enough to be invited along to the head office of one of our suppliers to learn from their design team just how they put their designs together and how to mix and match clothing, scarves and bags in their range. We’ll be bringing these ideas to you in our in store displays so pop in and see them for yourself....


Leyburn's Best Mum Competition 2015!

Leyburn's Best Mum Competition 2015!

By News Manager / 19 February 2015 / News

Spring is nearly upon us (about time too!), and that can mean only one thing – the Leyburn’s Best Mum competition has begun! Mums don’t get the recognition they deserve; so fix that today by entering your mum into our competition to win some fabulous prizes!

Just like last year, we’ve teamed up with Penley’s Café & Bistro to run this great contest. Last year’s competition was wonderful, and we had so many great entries it was hard to choose the...


Joules Bags

Joules Bags

By News Manager / 16 February 2015 / News

Tweed is a definite classic, but all that brown and green can get a little boring sometimes. Not anymore! These beautiful bags from Joules have brought tweed right up to the minute with gorgeous splashes of pink, purple and blue. In two different sizes, they are perfect for toting around all your necessities. As if this wasn't enough, they’re now in the sale!


Betty's Apprenticeship Blog: Induction Day!

Betty's Apprenticeship Blog: Induction Day!

By News Manager / 10 February 2015 / News

My induction at Darlington College began with a greeting from Ross, the college’s Business Development Sales Adviser. Shortly after, I sat tests in both Maths and English - each which lasted twenty minutes – in order to check what level I was working at.

After I had completed the tests, I filled in all the necessary paperwork, including some for the course I am applying for - a Business Administration Apprenticeship. The timetable of this course means I am able...


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