New florist opens its doors in Rhuddlan. Picture: Jacqui with cllr Arwel Roberts, town mayor, and mayoress A NEW business has planted its seeds and flowered on Rhuddlan High Street. Jacqui Bell has opened The Little Flowermonger at 4 High Street. Cllr Arwel Roberts, town mayor, supported Jacqui during a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, October 16. The shop’s ethos is based around eco-friendliness and sustainability. Jacqui, who had a shop in London called Flowermongers, has been in the floristry industry for 25 years. “I am over the moon to be finally open,” she said. “So much work went into the shop and when it first opened it was so rewarding to see the results and the joy of being able to share that with everyone is impossible to fully explain. “I’d like to thank everyone who came out to support my little shop and all my friends that have helped me so much over the last few months.” The Little Flowermonger is open for business Jacqui, who attended a school in Denbigh before moving to London, has been toying with the idea of opening a shop for about six months. The decision was made after a drive through Rhuddlan; Jacqui saw a rental sign in the window of a ‘quaint little shop’ which turned out to belong to a man she had met previously when refurbishing her home. “I signed the lease within a couple of days and that was that,” she added. The mum of one has modelled her shop on her previous business in London. She was interested in keeping the name but realised it was very similar to cheese shop next door – The Little Cheesemonger. Fortunately Gemma Williams, owner of The Little Cheesemonger, didn’t mind. Flower displays on show at the shop She said: “As […]

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