Pair pop up to open Bradford on Avon shop

Bradford on Avon mayor John Potter dons a top hat to open the vintage shop with  co-owners Dotty Deakin and Patricia Ellis-Keeler                                   Trevor Porter (48386)

Bradford on Avon mayor John Potter dons a top hat to open the vintage shop with co-owners Dotty Deakin and Patricia Ellis-Keeler Trevor Porter (48386)

First published in Latest News

Two friends who met through the vintage market scene have joined forces to open their own vintage pop-up boutique in Bradford on Avon called Mishmash and Granny Dot’s.

Patricia Ellis-Keeler owned Mishmash, a pop-up shop in Bath, for nine months and met Dotty Deakin last year when she was showing products from her Granny Dot’s business at markets and fairs around Bath She said: “Bradford on Avon has been really accommodating. People have come in and said how lovely it is. We would like to support a vintage community in Bradford on Avon.”

The shop stocks clothing, homeware, accessories and furniture, and Miss Deakin reuses vintage fabric to create cushions and furniture.

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