You can never have too much Relish!
Relish is a new venture for Julie Mace at Dalegate Market in Burnham Deepdale on the north Norfolk coast.
Julie has been trading as an independent jewellery designer and importer for
15 years, based in Old Hunstanton. The move to Burnham Deepdale is a step change
in her business and one she is really enjoying.
“I’ve always loved visiting Dalegate Market and when I saw that a space
had become available I jumped at the chance to take on a unit there”, said
“Those who were regular customers at the previous shop will not be
disappointed as the new shop offers more space, which will be stocked with an
even wider range of goodies and is set amid a vibrant mix of independent
retailers and the bustling café.”
Relish aim to stock interesting and appealing jewellery, accessories and gift
ideas to solve all your buying dilemmas and to suit a wide range of budgets.
“We take pride in searching out things that are a little different to the
usual High Street finds. The shop has a slight ‘dressing-up’ feel especially at
this time of year for the winter party season. And we've sourced some great
outfit completing desirables for Christmas.”
Relish will continue to stock existing popular ranges sourced from all over
the U.K. and around the world, as well as our own range designed and made in
Full range of sterling jewellery
Semi precious and silver jewellery
Surf inspired men's jewellery
Wide selection of amber jewellery
Scarves, wraps, evening and occasional bags
Costume and vintage style jewellery
“We’re really pleased Julie has decided to join the busy Dalegate Market
site. Her shop adds to the range of shopping available and I’m sure will fit
well with the already established businesses including the café, Fat Face
Clothing, Little Giggles Traditional Toy Shop, BloominGorgeous florists and of
course Keshco's supermarket”, said Jason Borthwick, owner of
Dalegate Market. “Yet another excuse to come and visit Burnham Deepdale and
the beautiful north Norfolk coast!”
Relish opens its doors on Saturday 5th December to coincide with the Deepdale