A business boom has hit Harlech, as three new businesses open their doors on the high street.
Plaid Cymru Councillor for Harlech, Gwynfor Owen visited the newly opened patisserie, model railway shop and gallery recently to wish them well.
(Councillor Gwynfor Owen is pictured with artist, Jane Chapman, who owns newly opened Galeri Harlech with husband Reg
“Any new business ventures are to be welcomed and to have three opening in recent weeks, is a huge boost to the town,” said Local Cllr Gwynfor Owen.
Pictured is Councillor Gwynfor Owen welcoming Roy Butler and Angela Gibbons to the high street with their new premises Angelique’s patisserie and Harlech Railway Models
“I warmly welcome Roy Butler and Angela Gibbons to their new premises Angelique’s patisserie and Harlech Railway Models. I wish them the very best of luck with their businesses here on the high street.
“Another great addition to the town’s main street is Reg and Jane Chapman’s new gallery, ‘Galeri Harlech,’ where Jane, herself an artist, and other local artists showcase their work.
“I would encourage local people to pop in and support these businesses whilst spending time in the town as we begin this busy period of festive activities and spending before Christmas.
“Three empty buildings have now been brought back to life on the high street and that can only be a good thing for the community of Harlech. It is certainly an exciting time.
“Supporting our local businesses and encouraging entrepreneurship is vital in a rural area, like Gwynedd. So, let’s all remember to shop local and support local families and businesses as winter approaches.” Councillor Gwynfor Owen concluded.