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Pendragon Antiques relocates from Pinchbeck to new shop in Spalding town centre, with Sir John Hayes MP cutting the ribbon


By Spalding Reporter


The owner of Pendragon Antiques has described his business's relocation from Pinchbeck to Spalding as "the best move I've ever made".

Antiques dealer Justin Grimshaw invited to Sir John and Lady Hayes to cut the ribbon on the new premises at Pearl and Ruby, in Red Lion Street.

Pendragon Antiques had been based at Spalding Lifestyle, next to Johnson Community Hospital, for two and a half years.

Sir John Hayes MP with antiques dealer Justin Grimshaw (left) at the official opening of Pendragon Antiques after its relocation from Pinchbeck to Pearl and Ruby, Red Lion Street, Spalding. Photo (TIM WILSON): SG-060419-010TW
Sir John Hayes MP with antiques dealer Justin Grimshaw (left) at the official opening of Pendragon Antiques after its relocation from Pinchbeck to Pearl and Ruby, Red Lion Street, Spalding. Photo (TIM WILSON): SG-060419-010TW

Justin said: "One of the co-owners of Pearl and Ruby came to see me and said they were looking round for someone to complement their shop.

"They asked me if I'd like to be part and parcel of their shop and I jumped at the chance.

"I extended an invitation to Sir John, an existing customer of Pendragon Antiques, to come and open the shop because he gave me encouragement to start anew.

"I'd like to thank all the people who made it possible for me to move in the first place and I've fitted in quite well.

"In fact, it's the best move I've ever made."



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