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Wharf Aquatics, in Pinxton, Nottinghamshire, will be holding its hugely popular Special Event Weekend on September 26–27, 2015.

As with previous years, there will be discounts on everything in the shop — including both livestock and dry goods, reps from the leading aquatic and reptile manufacturers, a food van, bouncy castle, and a free raffle ticket with any purchase (additional tickets can be purchased if desired).

There will be an end-of-season sale on pond plants (50% off) and pond fish (25% off). There will also be at least 10% off pretty much everything in the shop, with larger discounts on selected items, including 15% off all tropical fish.

There will be lots of special offers and clearance deals on tanks too.

Plus, new for the 2015 event, there will be a live aquascaping demo with expert George Farmer of UKAPS!

Extra free parking will be available in the car park next to the Pinxton Miner's Welfare opposite the shop.

Wharf Aquatics is located at 65-67 Wharf Road, Pinxton, Notts. NG16 6LH. The shop is open seven days a week: 9am–5.30pm Monday to Saturday and 10am–4pm on Sundays.

Ed's note: Wharf Aquatics was featured on our October shoptour and it has asked us to clarify that it is a member of the Big Fish Campaign. There is a dedicated article on Wharf’s website about the campaign and why the store supports it.

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