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Heart W of


As we keep emphasising, Wellington is really on the up and up. Elsewhere in the Wellington News you will be able to read what Welling- ton’s town manager Chris Fry has to say on the very hot topic of the fact that Wel- lington is now very much a vibrant, lively town, with


much to offer to shoppers, business people and those wanting a good evening out. Want a bargain? Want to buy or sell property, start a business, buy a suit, get your haircut, drink a thick American style shake, buy children’s clothing, upgrade your home or property,


do NEW SHOP OPENS


There’s a new menswear shop opening in Wellington. The Clearance Clothing Shop of Market Street (it’s next door but one to the Wellington Pound Shop) is opening. It promises to stock a wide range of stylish clothing for all types of men, of all types of ages! And the prices will suit the pocket, too!


ellington Wellington on the up


your food shopping, enjoy delicious home cooking, sup some fine real ales, go out for an evening meal, enjoy a bit of a do in a nightclub? You need go no further than Wellington for all of those and much more besides.


If you are looking to open your business in Wellington, or want to open a branch business in Wellington please give Chris Fry, town manager, a call as he can help put you in touch with the people you need to talk with. Wellington, at the heart of Shropshire.


THE CLEARANCE CLOTHING SHOP


QUALITY MENSWEAR AT THE VERY BEST PRICES


NEW SELECTIONS ARRIVING EVERY WEEK


SOMETHING FOR ALL MEN YOUNG AND OLD


Join the Wellington News campaign to re-launch the Wellington to London rail service


Several firms are applying to take on the franchise to operate rail services from the Midlands to London. Wellington News has long been in the vanguard of the campaign to re- establish the Wellington/ Shropshire Intercity rail- way service to London and Wellington News firmly be- lieves that all of the poten- tial franchise holders must be made fully aware of how vital this rail link is to the tourism industry of Welling- ton and Shropshire and to our business community. Please contact these railway firms and let them


know that we want them to ensure that their bid includes a Shropshire to London Intercity Service. Please send you repre- sentations as soon as pos- sible as their bids for the franchise must be in to the government by 1 May.


Abellio


Contact Jamie Burles Jami.Burles@abellio.com Second Floor,


1 Ely Place, London, EC1N 6RY


First Group


Contact Hugh Clancy Hugh.clancy@firstgroup. com


Third Floor, E Block,


MacMillan House, Paddington, London, W2 6FG


Keolis/SNCF


Contact Alistair Gordon agordon@keolis.com Northumberland House, 303-306 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7JZ


Virgin Trains Paul Furze-Waddock pfw@virgintrains.co.uk North Wing Offices, Euston Station, Euston, London, NW1 2DS


A traditional tea shop


An American once told me: “The thing I love about Brit- ain the most is not all the pomp and ceremony, though I do like that, too, the thing I really love about Britain is your traditional teashops!


We have pale imitations in the States, but nothing beats the real, British thing!” I am sure that she would go absolutely wild about Bell Street’s Coffee and Cream, which is a traditional Brit-


Coffee & Cream Carolyn and Debbie 4A, Bell Street, Wellington


Tel: 01952 240022 TEA ROOMS AND RESTAURANT


Serving breakfasts, lunches and afternoon teas


Tuesday to Friday 10am til 4pm Saturday 9.30am til 4.30pm


ish teashop, through and through. It’s one of the hidden gems of Wellington, tucked away in the old medieval part of the town, the three ancient streets of Bell Street, Crown Street and Duke Street.


Owner Carolyn Butler has some very firm views on how a teashop should be run. And that’s properly! “It’s all good, proper home cooked food! No chips! Just proper, home cooked food!” As the name implies Cof- fee and Cream offers a good range of high quality cof- fees and also other refresh- ments are available. Carolyn added: “We offer a breakfast menu, a lunchtime menu and an afternoon tea menu.” It’s nice to know that the sandwiches and cakes that go down so very well with a nice cup of afternoon tea after a day spent shopping in Wellington are also home- made.


Coffee and Cream is a


proper, traditional British teashop. And long may it continue!


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COMING SOON TO Market Street · Wellington


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