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Cosy Books

Flora was a favourite in our house for that series. Oh to have had that much focus at her age. The book looks beautiful...and so is the website! Thanks, Karen.

Claire

Ooo, I didn't know she was opening her own shop, I look forward to it.

Dark Puss

Do tell me more about the shop (for obvious reasons!). P xx

Anne B-A

Thank you for flagging this up. I didn't know she was publishing a book. Also please more information on the shop and when? Thank you!

Cornflower

You're welcome!

Cornflower

For everyone who has asked about the shop, it's in the heart of Dunkeld (presumably the main street or the square), will be open some time in the spring, and will sell bread, cakes, pastries, and other foodie bits and pieces - this was on Flora's Instagram posting.

Dark Puss

Thank you! Is it replacing the deli on the corner where the High Street and Atholl Street cross I wonder?

Cornflower

Menzies? Has that closed?

Dark Puss

No, but it was somewhat diminished the last time I went there. BTW there is a new deli in Pitlochry more or less as you come to the start of the Victorian town proper on the old A9 from the South.

Claire

I can think of a few potential shops where it might be going but certainly the old deli shop is a great site, it would be good for Dunkeld to have it there. Exciting.

Dark Puss

She has taken over the old newsagents which is opposite the Deli at the intersection of Atholl and High Street. What little I could find out is in this article.

Kate

Flora's our local girl too, so I am looking forward to being a regular customer! Yes, the shop will be opposite Menzies (which itself is looking up again after a woeful interlude under previous management). She hopes to open by Easter.

Dark Puss

Ah, good news about the deli. I had given up on it so did not visit it this New Year.

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