This ad will be closed automatically in X seconds.

“I’ll be driven by my customers,” says Brambles Cookshop

With mixed opinions from consumers about the lifting of all Covid-19 restrictions in England next week, Lisa Taylor, owner of Brambles Cookshop in Audlem told “I’ll be driven by my customers.”

Lisa explained: “As it’s a small space, I can only have two people in the shop currently, but my customers talk to me so I will see how they feel about increasing the numbers allowed inside at one time. The next couple of months will tell.”

However, Lisa states: “I’m going to leave my ‘Please wear a mask’ sign outside the door.” She reflects: “It’s probably 50/50 with customers wanting to wear one or not.”

Above: Lisa Taylor inside Brambles Cookshop.
Above: Lisa Taylor inside Brambles Cookshop.

After the easing of social distancing restrictions in England from July 19, Lisa is most looking forward to a return to Brambles Cookshops’ social events when she feels the time is right. “Before the pandemic hit, we did lots of in-store demonstrations and events like our charity tapas evening and a Bake Off competition in our local Scout Hut, which was a rip roaring success with over 100 entries!”


Top: The request to wear a mask will stay outside Brambles Cookshop next week, even though it will no longer be a legal requirement.

ambiente (1)
High demand for 2023 show’s exhibitor space, particularly for Clean Home sector....
Hockley cookshop will celebrate with cream teas and community pop-up stalls. ...
Retailers can place online orders with Dexam, with more suppliers coming onboard....
Volunteers get paddling to help Life’s a Beach charity pick up litter from canal....
Buyers will find a myriad of new exhibitors and smaller suppliers in show’s Launchpad area....
Coffee expert gets set to open its doors to the public with new venue in Hampshire....
Get the latest news sent to your inbox
Subscribe to our daily newsletter

The list doesn't exist! Make sure you have imported the list on the 'Manage List Forms' page.