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Post  Maryr on Wed 19 Feb - 11:58

Peter Rayner in Thames is re-opening his famous Crown Lynn and collectables shop... on Saturdays at least!

It will be open from 8.30 to 1pm on Saturdays from 24 February. He also hopes to open on Fridays, but that might be further down the track. The shop is at 756 Pollen St, the main shopping street in Thames.  Pete's shop was a cornucopia of Crown Lynn and other delights, but he gave it up for a couple of years in favour of a more regular income. It's great to have you back Pete!  He has asked me to pass on his email if you have any queries, peter_rayner at yahoo.com
For those who have never been to the Thames market on Saturday mornings, why don't you make a day of it. There are stalls all up and down the main street and all the shops are open - heaps of treasures to be found. (and mussel fritters!)
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