It seems everywhere you look, our local businesses are undergoing renovations and changes.
Our local Chemist on Ellendon Street, has doubled in size, as it extends it premises to include the former News Agency. Now a Priceline Chemist - and looking prettier than ever in PINK!
Welcome to Loretta, who has recently opened The Blind Duck Cafe in the Village Square (formerly the Heritage Cafe) - it has a great menu, a great new look and a lovely friendly atmosphere.
Our local supermarket has changed from Foodworks to IGA - although you'll notice some changes to the signage, uniforms and infrastructure, there are a few things that remain the same - the friendly staff, the locally sourced fruit, vegetables and meats, and that lovely country hospitality.
You may have noticed that Body and Soap Australia is no longer in the Village Square. But it hasn't moved far: it is now at 10 Malbon St (in the former Summit Gifts and Wares building). Take some time to check out her awesome new premises. There you will also find Sharon, providing massage and beauty therapy. What a great combination of beauty services to spoil our local community.
And a warm welcome to Margaret, from Edgeworth Antiques who has recently opened in the Village Square. Margaret is proud to provide authentic antiques, including small interesting antiques, silver, ceramics and estate jewellery.
Dr Jay, Web Editor