Tempoary closure


In order to maintain my sanity over the coming months, I am afraid I will have to close the shop until the new year.

‘Raybel ‘has spoken and in order to continue her preservation and restoration I must act.

Keeping the shop open would mean I would have to work seven day weeks, and although I have become accustomed to six and a half day weeks, I found I do look forward to the occasional half day off.

I believe it is all for the greater good, we have come a long way this year, and we are hoping next year to see a ‘sea change’ in Raybel’s fortunes.

I shall continue work ‘behind the scenes’ finishing the showroom downstairs and gathering more exotic stock.

I do apologise for the inconvenience this may cause.

Rob and Raybel.

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