Video: Louth business Damselfly Kitchen expands into larger new premises

A well established business in Louth has moved into new premises double the size of their old ones as it bids to expand.

Damselfly Kitchen, which has been in Eastgate for four years, has this week moved across the road to a former tattoo parlour.

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Nearby Damselfly Living is under the same business and the owners are shortly opening a new Damselfly Christmas store.

Owner Pip Molloy said: “We have expanded to the new store and can now extend the ranges that we already offer.

“We’ve opened ahead of schedule thanks to the builder Steve Marshall, it has only taken a month.

“A big thanks to all our nine staff for their hard work, they have been absolutely brilliant.”

Deputy mayor of Louth, Coun Andrew Leonard, officially opened the new store on Thursday morning.

He said: “I’m pleased I can support local businesses and am keen to see them expand, this is exactly what Louth needs.

“It’s another jewel in the crown of this beautiful market town.

“It will only add to the extensive local selection of shops that are available.”