Bramble Cookshop Reopening

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I am very pleased to be opening the doors to Brambles Cookshop again on Thursday 18th June. I will be operating reduced hours initially- which will be Thursday Friday & Saturday 10-5.

Keeping everyone safe is the top priority therefore measures are in place, including social distancing (2 customers at a time) hand wash facilities etc.

Even though Brambles Cookshop has been closed -- the online shop has been booming over the past 3 months which has enabled me to fill the Shop with brand new stock, including new ranges of sustainable olive wood & recycled Glass, Sophie Allport picnic-ware & picnic baskets, plus new ranges from Emma Bridgewater.

There has also been a baking boom during lockdown, so there's plenty of Bakeware to satisfy bakers old & new, as well as artisan flours and baking kits.

Well done to all of the village shops who remained open during lockdown and good luck to those who will be opening again next week.

I look forward to seeing everyone very soon and thank you for your continued support.

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