Waitrose in Teignmouth has announced when it will be opening its new store, along with some of its community initiatives
At 9am Friday, October 12, John Lewis Exeter opened its doors to customers for the first time. The shop, which has created 300 new jobs, is the retailer’s first full line flexible format department store and the largest John Lewis shop to open in 2012.
Shop will be first John Lewis department store to feature Samsung interactive table, iPad Bar and interactive info screens
North Devon family run firm Pollyfields have a wide range of fragrant products
After 170 years of successful trading, Mann and Son have opened their doors to the world with their on line deli – www.thedelimann.co.uk. The family has seen many changes to world, but one thing is constant since 1837 – its commitment to supply high quality food gifts and products, working with most small suppliers who share their passion for great food. “You won’t find the many of the quality products we supply in the supermarkets,” said James Mann. “That is just not where we are at!”
Inspired by her love of experimentation and her disillusion with the skin care industry
Harriet Jones is a 16-year-old fashion designer and jewellery maker based in Plymouth. She’s been fascinated with fashion from an early age and has put it to good use with her collection of 60s and 70s-inspired pieces
With her La Fee Noire Maternity site Rachel Passmore has created a range of edgy maternity wear and also ladieswear for new mums who want style that’s bang on trend and will turn heads with their bumps and beyond.
Funkspeed clothing, based in Newton Abbot, supply 1960s and 1970s-styled clothing together with hand-picked vintage items for the discerning scooter scene fashionista