By Clare Lovatt - 16th May 2019 6:08am
Message from Clare Lovatt, One Year on.
As many people in Audlem will be aware, it is almost One Year since I tragically lost my Husband, Adam Lovatt.
When Adam died everything changed, I lost my Husband, my future and everything we had planned when we moved to Audlem. Consequently, I have had to make some very difficult decisions.
'The Deli' and our house should have been our forever home and retirement investment. Sadly when Adam died, this could no longer be the case.
Whilst Mum and I have worked hard with our lovely staff to run 'The Deli' over the past year, I recently have needed to take a realistic and practical consideration of the situation. It is with great sadness and regret that I will be putting 'The Deli' on the market within the month.
I would like to say a huge 'Thank you' to our fantastic customers, who I now consider friends rather than customers. Your support is greatly appreciated.
Please understand that I have not taken this decision lightly and it is with great sadness that Mum and I have to let 'The Deli' go.
I am also so grateful for everyone in Audlem who have supported us in every way possible over Adam's death.
Bless you all.
Tomorrow I will also release details of a campaign I have launched in Adams Memory. As a year of Adams death approaches I felt that I needed to do something practical and positive, rather than sit by and await the conclusion of the UK Judicial system.
'Save a Stranger' Campaign which you may have seen in this years Music Festival Brochure will be launched Friday 17th May 2019. Adams family, myself and our children will be incredibly grateful for any support you can give.
Please note that the Deli will be closed on the 23rd May as a mark of respect.
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