St Luke’s Hospice opens crêperie

Categories: Community Engagement.

The new luxury craft café in Nantwich, aimed at children, their parents and grandparents, is in a historic three-story building and has been designed with a vintage theme. As well as a traditional sweet shop where children can indulge in a treat to eat, there is a crêperie, ice-cream parlour, craft studio and party area.

Three and a half years ago Swirly Whirlys was a vision of St Luke’s commercial director Andrea Ladeira, who said on Saturday: 

“To see this become a reality is an amazing feeling and it would not have been possible without the determination, dedication and sheer hard work of all the St Luke’s staff and volunteers. Their tireless efforts over the years, and especially during the past months, to make this opening possible reflects the amazing spirit we have at St Luke’s.”

Local MP Edward Timpson was on hand to cut the ribbon at the official opening, alongside Town Councillor and life-long St Luke’s supporter Norma Simpson, who congratulated the hospice’s staff and volunteers on all their tireless work.

“To open a new shop nowadays you have to be creative, and I think this wonderfully playful shop will bring the inner child out in every adult. This store is a great addition to our high street and a wonderful opportunity for local people to show their support,” Mr Timpson said.

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