New antiques shop on the block in Louth following success in Horncastle

Janet Ball and Wayne Goodwin (left) with Mayor Coun Sue Locking and her consort Coun Malcolm Locking.

Janet Ball and Wayne Goodwin (left) with Mayor Coun Sue Locking and her consort Coun Malcolm Locking.

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The owners of the Old Coach House Antiques Centre in Horncastle opened a new branch in Aswell Street, Louth, on Saturday April 2.

Mayor Sue Locking cut the ribbon to mark the opening of Wayne Goodwin and Janet Ball’s new enterprise, at the former home of Otley’s Pine.

The new antiques centre specialises in French import and period furniture, and also sells ‘Frenchic’ paint.

Some spaces in the store are still available to rent. Call 01507 201020 if interested, or find the antiques centre on Facebook.