THERE was a host of tasty treats, free giveaways and fun at Tattenhall village shop at the weekend.
The Nisa Local shop, High Street held a family fun day on Saturday to celebrate the store’s rebranding to the new white Nisa Local fascia and refurbishment. On the day they had children’s face painting and giveaways, wine and cheese tasting for the adults and competitions were held throughout the day.
The shop owner Thomas Morton presented a cheque for £1,100 to governor of Tattenhall Park Primary School Pat Black. The school hope to use the money to buy new equipment.
The store has raised the money for the community through the national ‘Making A Difference Locally’ charity to help independent retailers raise funds for good causes and charities in their area through the sale of specific products.
The store, which has expanded to 1,700 sq.ft. has undergone a complete refit to the Nisa ‘Store of the Future’ format.
Thomas Morton said: “It was a great day, the store was really busy, and the children loved the giveaways and the face painting.”