Looking For Sweet Success

The renaissance of Ruddington’s village centre seems to be progressing nicely – with another independent trader who’s just set up her unique business at 14, High Street. The already colourful premises occupied by Julia’s Kitchen are now even more striking thanks to Sweetie Boutique, owned and run by Ruddington resident Sue Kosciekowski. Since relocating from Church Street, just over two years’ ago, Julia Towers found she’s had rather more space than she’s needed – even after all her cake making and party accessories were put on display. Therefore she was…

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Calm January – Mindfulness in Ruddington

After the madness of the festive period, it’s quite likely you’ll want to de-stress a little. Maybe you’ll even need a bit of help re-focusing your life into 2019? Ruddington mindfulness teacher Jakki Pritchard seems to have settled very well into her Tuesday evenings in the Old Chapel at the Framework Knitters’ Museum – where she’s already run two free taster sessions and two full mindfulness courses. She’s now organised a third programme there, early in the New Year, which will be her fourth in our village. Jakki says: “The Old Chapel…

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