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Village store reveals big expansion plans

By Andy Laming 19th July 2017

Village store reveals big expansion plans
EXPANSION: In Tywardreath

WHILE many small businesses up and down the country are being forced to close their doors, one village shop has announced they will treble their size. Tywardreath Village Shop announced their plans to buy the house next door earlier in July on their Facebook page. "The sale is agreed, as soon as we have the keys the shop-fitting work will...

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