Sunday, January 18, 2015

Big month for local businesses

SEVERAL new businesses have opened at New Norfolk this month, a couple have closed, some have relocated and one has changed hands.

Circle St neighbours Maree's Kitchen and Ooh Lah Lay closed just before Christmas but already the space has been filled by a new barbershop (top photo) that will open this week. Two doors along, In A Dash is getting ready to start cooking up a storm.

The Spud Hut has opened in Burnett St, next door to the veterinary centre (middle photo). This business is offering locally sourced fresh fruit and vegetables several days a week.

Meanwhile the former True Blue Real Estate and Ally's Emporium at 55 High St has reopened as Hand Made Emporium (bottom photo), providing a venue for local artisans and designers to display their wares. So far this includes abstract paintings, clothing, jewelry, artisan-wares, fabrics, goats milk soaps, candles, cards, cushions, photography, quilts and more.

In other business news, New Norfolk Timber has relocated from Stephen St to 4 Back River Rd and the former La Bella pizza in Burnett St is now trading as DJs Pizza.

1 comment:

  1. Also at the nurses quarters in willow court, the current business has grown into a co-op housing not just the current mass of antique furniture, but hand made jewellery, silk kimonos, recycled wood furniture, original art and prints and heaps more.