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Christmas pop-up by Cooks Aweigh

Cooks Aweigh, the independent lifestyle and cookshop in Topsham, Devon has opened a seasonal shop in a pop-up venue for two months up to the start of January. The pop-up, called The Little Green House is stocking tableware along with candles, lighting and houseplants.

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“Situated across the road from us, The Little Green House is doing brilliantly,” reports Helen Mottershead, owner of Cooks Aweigh. “We’ve taken the time to paint the shopfront and fill it with all sorts of festive ranges and gift ideas, including beautiful china that is perfect for Christmas Day.”

Above: Dollyhotdogs’ Marine range is a bestseller at Cooks Aweigh.
Above: Dollyhotdogs’ Marine range is a bestseller at Cooks Aweigh.

 

Helen notes that Christmas shopping “has gone up into fourth year over the past week,” and, as usual, Topham residents and visitors are keen to support their local shops.

Current bestsellers for Cooks Aweigh and The Little Green House include Dollyhotdogs’ Marine placemats and kitchen textiles and My Gifts Trade’s Costa Nova, Riviera and Pearl tableware ranges.

 

Top: Costa Nova Pearl tableware from My Gifts Trade on display at The Little Green House.

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