Crafts shop owner says there will be a time when he wants to return to the kitchen.
“It is a place that I would like to return and I would really love to,” he said.
“I would be a bit nervous.
I’ve done some things that I think might be a little bit strange but we’ll see how that goes.”
We’ve got some good young people coming through and I think it’s going to be an opportunity for us to show off what we have and that’s where I think we’ll get a bit of a reaction.
I think there will probably be a lot more of a feeling around the country that there’s something that’s coming through, that it’s good.””
There’s a lot of quality stuff coming through the doors and it’s just about looking after it.”
I think there will probably be a lot more of a feeling around the country that there’s something that’s coming through, that it’s good.
Now I think that’s going back on, I think there’ll be a good bit of focus on quality food and that we can do better.””
But then we’ve been going for five years and there’s been a bit too much focus on the high end and there hasn’t been enough focus on a bit less expensive stuff.”
Now I think that’s going back on, I think there’ll be a good bit of focus on quality food and that we can do better.
“The best-selling craft shop in Ireland is open on a weekend and the owner is hoping to reopen in the Autumn after a 12-month closure.
The shop is also working on new products for the market and will open a new flagship shop on the site of its former location in Wicklow.
In a statement, the owner said: “I want to give some recognition to the staff who have been with us for a very long time and we want to thank them for all the hard work they have put in for our business.”
In addition, we would like our community to know that we are always looking for new ways to serve our customers and that will be reflected in our new retail presence in Wickliffe.””
We are excited to return next year to the market to welcome you to our new store and are excited about what we will bring to the Wicklice Market.”