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Thursday, 4 October 2012

Truly Scrumptious Launch Party for St Luke’s New Nantwich Crêperie

 

Innovative local charity, St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice has announced that its brand new crêperie, ice cream parlour and old fashioned sweet shop in Nantwich will open with a bang on Saturday 13th October.

From 11am on 13th October, the new creperie on 6 Pillory Street in Nantwich will be open for business, and to mark the occasion, the launch day will kick off with plentiful entertainment and a ribbon cutting ceremony performed by local MP Edward Timpson and Councillor Norma Simpson who will also reveal the crêperie’s name as part of the proceedings.

Everyone is welcome along to taste the fantastic freshly cooked crêpes and explore the fabulous new venue, which is sure to be a welcome addition to the centre of Nantwich.

To celebrate the launch there will be a fun outside broadcast from local radio station Red Shift, the Sunshine event chef bear will be on hand to meet and greet visitors and free children’s face painting will be available throughout the day.

The new child-focused luxury craft café is a feast for the eyes and the senses. Aimed at children, their parents and grandparents, the historic three-story building encompasses a luxurious traditional sweet shop where children can indulge in a treat to eat, while parents can relax and also enjoy wonderful food. There is a fabulous craft studio incorporating a party area, plus throughout the store you’ll find plenty of wonderful gift ideas.

Stylishly designed with a vintage theme, the store incorporates a crêperie, ice cream parlour, café area, old fashioned sweet shop, craft floor, children’s party area.

To find out more pop along to the launch day party on …. any day for an indulgent treat.

. St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice is an adult hospice that cares for people from mid and South Cheshire suffering from cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. It is a non-profit making organisation, funded by voluntary contributions and the local Primary Care Trust offering treatment, care, advice and support to many seriously ill people and their families every year.. To find out more about St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice visit: www.stlukes-hospice.co.uk

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