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Paul Keane - prominant Brigg buisnessman - who is opening in Market Rasen. EMN-140707-140814001

Paul Keane - prominant Brigg buisnessman - who is opening in Market Rasen. EMN-140707-140814001

Market Rasen’s former Goldmine Bar is being given a new lease of life by a prominent Brigg businessman.

Proprietor of Grandad’s Shed and The Loft Restaurant in Brigg’s Wrawby Street,

Paul Keane, has taken on the lease of the Queen Street premises.

Mr Keane’s quality furniture outlet opens later this month and will be shared with Curtain Couture’s owner Rachel Crisp.

“I have been looking for suitable premises for some time and I know this former coaching inn can be the ideal showroom,” said Mr Keane.

“Grandad’s Shed and Curtain Couture will work well together.

“We are passionate about home styling and interior design. Customers will get a real country feel here for their refurbishing.”

Mr Keane has been in business at Brigg for almost 10 years and is Vice-Chairman of Brigg Business Partnership.

He also owns the cafe outlet in the Angel Courtyard.

Rachel Crisp said: “The landlord Darren Lince has done us proud and signage is about to go up.

“Paul and I have worked together very closely in Brigg and we are both excited about our new challenge.”

 

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