Lancashire cookshop The Cook’s Emporium is to open a second shop that will specialise in tabletop.

Lancs cookshop adds specialist tabletop outlet

Lancashire cookshop The Cook’s Emporium is to open a second shop that will specialise in tabletop.

Lancs cookshop adds specialist tabletop outlet

Dine at Home will be directly opposite the Ramsbottom cookshop, and is set to open for business in mid-March.

Sara Wilkins, a partner in The Cook’s Emporium along with her parents Roger and Stef, told HousewaresLive.net that they had taken the three-year lease on the new premises “because I couldn’t do what I wanted to do in the Cook’s Emporium.

“The shop is smaller than the cookshop’s and on one level only, but I didn’t want a huge space,” she said.

In terms of tabletop, the cookshop sells only a small amount of terracotta oven-to-tableware. The new shop will extend the offer to tableware, glassware, cutlery and linens.

“It’s everything that doesn’t involve cooking,” said Wilkins.

Key brands include Denby, Fairmont & Main, Villeroy & Boch and Roy Kirkham, “who have all been very enthusiastic and exceptionally helpful”.

Wilkins added that a new full-time employee has already been recruited to run Dine at Home.

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