Terracotta moves to new premises

PUBLISHED: 12:12 21 September 2011 | UPDATED: 20:01 20 February 2013

Pearl Lindley and Jean Mountain

Pearl Lindley and Jean Mountain

Friends and customers of Terracotta boutique celebrated the opening of new premises in Rugby's independent quarter.


Friends and customers of Terracotta boutique celebrated the opening of new premises in Rugbys independent quarter. For the last two decades, the medieval building at Number One Chapel Street, Rugby, has been the boutiques home. Now Diane Griffith, owner of Terracotta, has relocated to 13 Bank Street. She says: "Although my last day at Chapel Street was emotional, moving to the larger shop is a time of great excitement."


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