In response to Barry Mishon’s letter about pavement mess – as a resident of Shoreham for the past 15 years it is a delight to see a previously vacant shop brought back to life with such eye-catching and well thought out themed window displays.
If this most charitable man was to spend some time inside the shop, which is known as SOLD, he would find people who give their time and enthusiasm to help young people gain life and social skills.
The themes and products in this shop manages to draw in customers from the locality, and from passing tourists, and is one of the busiest in Shoreham, offering quaint and high quality goods.
I feel that as Mr Mishon is such a charitable fundraiser, he may gain more by being hands on locally, instead of channelling his endeavours in the big city, and supporting our local special young people.
This shop is a brilliant endeavour by friendly and supportive staff and will continue to get mine and my friends’ support.
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