Free parking is a boon to newest business

INVESTING IN MARKET RASEN'S FUTURE: Leesa Swaby-Pritchard of Littlwe Millberry's
INVESTING IN MARKET RASEN'S FUTURE: Leesa Swaby-Pritchard of Littlwe Millberry's
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“I LIKE the feel of Market Rasen” – that is the view of the town’s newest business owner.

Little Millberry’s opened earlier this month at 11 Market Place, and owner Leesa Swaby-Pritchard is delighted to be in a town she believes has a lot going for it.

“The town has plenty of parking available, which is a real bonus, especially when it is free,” said Leesa.

“I did some research and saw there was a gap in the market for children’s items, and when I saw this building was available I thought it was ideal.”

Little Millberry’s offers a range of Joules clothing for little ones and she is looking to expand the range with a ladies sports range, together with gifts and items for the home.

Toys and jewellery will be added for Christmas gift ideas.

Little Millberry’s is open 
Tuesday to Saturday, from 10am to 4pm.

Leesa’s other shop, Millberry’s of Caistor, stocks adult ranges.