Insight Point: Two sisters are relocating their successful fashion boutique to their childhood village in an effort to expand their business. The move to Farndon will provide more space for their showroom days and fashion shows, as well as help grow their online presence. The sisters are excited about the new location and the opportunity to reconnect with the community they grew up in.
Sisters Bring Fashion Business Back to Their Hometown
Two sisters, Anika Edwards and Lottie Sandbach, are making a bold move by relocating their thriving fashion boutique, Boja Boutique, to their childhood village of Farndon. Currently based in Tarporley, the boutique will find its new home at Top Farm in Farndon, owned by the Barnston Estate. The sisters are set to open their new premises in early November.
The decision to move the boutique was driven by the sisters’ desire to expand their business and grow their online presence. The new location at Top Farm provides the perfect space for their showroom days and fashion shows. Anika expressed her excitement about the move, stating that when they saw the barn at Top Farm, it was exactly what they were looking for. The beautiful setting and the familiarity of the village make it a perfect fit for their business.
In addition to the practical advantages of the new location, the sisters are also thrilled to reconnect with the community they grew up in. Having already met several neighboring businesses, they have been welcomed with open arms and are looking forward to becoming a part of the vibrant community at Top Farm. With lots of exciting plans in store, the sisters are eager to get the space ready for opening.
The move to Farndon is not just limited to Boja Boutique. Another business, Charlene Baker, a highly experienced makeup artist, has recently opened a clinic at Top Farm. Offering a range of traditional and innovative beauty treatments, Charlene was also drawn to the character and homely feel of the building, as well as the wonderful setting and location in Farndon. She has received a warm welcome from the community and is excited to be a part of the growing business community at Top Farm.
Estate manager Ed Barnston expressed his delight in welcoming these two new businesses to Top Farm. The Barnston Estate wishes them both every success for the future.
Overall, the relocation of Boja Boutique to Farndon represents not only a strategic business move but also a homecoming for the two sisters. Their decision to bring their fashion business back to their hometown reflects their commitment to growth and their desire to reconnect with their roots. With the support of the community and the opportunities presented by the new location, the sisters are poised for success in expanding their fashion boutique.