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I have some clean socks and stuff that she left at ours (boring!!!) and want to send her a bit of a treat too, but my mind has gone completely blank. Any ideas?!!
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She has hippy tendencies and has just been travelling in India.
some vouchers for food shopping...
any fav food?
some joss sticks?
hot water bottle
M&S is a good suggestion - she can get tights or posh food - it's a win/win!!
Candles, joss sticks etc are banned in their halls. Fings aint wot they used to be.
How about clothes vouchers and some homemade cake, biscuits etc?
She has a bit of an eating disorder, so while I would love to receive a cake in the post, it might not be the best thing for her...
Does anyone know if there is a Lush in Brighton?
xpost Spawnchorus!! (great name btw)
a good book
there used to be a Lush in B'ton when I lived there. Sure there must still be.
Lush in Brightonon East Sreet. Would be a good option if as you say shes a bit of a hippy with food issues.
My daughter at uni would be delighted with money or vouchers, you could get vouchers for Tony and Guy for a haircut or whatever.
Phone credit and fairy lights - every girl needs those!
Hope she is happy there
How about an A-Z of the local area, asuming that she's somewhere she doesn't know that is! Or a Wha'ts On type book of the area.
Toiletries - nice ones. Especially if she is short of cash.
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Internet shopping voucher/arrangement
Toiletires and perfume
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