Following the much improved and enjoyed Christmas in Whitchurch celebrations when local shopkeepers and businesses got together to run the event, there have been some welcomed developments amongst the traders of the town.
Much of this has come from the hard work by Pauline Choppen from the Bridal Shop, but others are to be commended too and there is a growing feelgood factor about working together.
Plans are being discussed
A recent well-attended meeting in H’s Coffee Shop discussed plans for the year, including decorated windows for the Diamond Jubilee, possible flower arrangements around the town and ideas for next Christmas. Making a town centre look colourful attracts more people shop locally, whether residents or visitors, and all this is good for business for the whole town.
One initiative has been a Whitchurch advertisement feature which appears in today’s Andover Advertiser – so pop out and buy a copy!
As well as a short piece on Whitchurch, the following businesses supported the feature by taking advertising space, and thus supporting the town’s well-being:
- Amanda Outridge Hair
- Berehill House Care Home
- Bridal Cake Shop
- Daisydown Crafts
- Flower Power
- Gill Nethercott Centre Business Conferencing
- Kingsley Chartered Financial Advice
- Pauline Forster Bridal Wear
- Paynes Printers and Stationers
- Philip Langley Quality Butcher
- Piper and Sons Builders
- Queenies Vintage China Hire
- Red House
- Rosie’s Gifts
- Ryan Dickinson Plumbing and Heating
- Serenity Health and Beauty
- Wessex Lodge Care Home
- Whitchurch Silk Mill
- Whitchurch Smiles
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