Devon-based independent housewares and hardware chain Lawsons is celebrating its 110th anniversary of trading.
Family-run since 1904, the business operates four outlets in Plymouth, Totnes, Tavistock and Ivybridge. Managing director Liz Lawson is the great-granddaughter of the founder.
She said: “We have so many events for customers to look forward to across the year. In May we had our first celebration day when all the stores were ceremonially reopened by the local mayor, and we continue to sponsor Plymouth Flavour Fest in August and are planning some exciting demonstrations. Lawsons are grateful to all our customers who continue to support us and I thank the staff who make Lawsons what it is today.”
Pictured is the Plymouth shop being reopened by the Lord Mayor of Plymouth Vivienne Pengelly, special guest chef Jacques Marchal (far right), Liz Lawson (far left) and branch manager Richard Duddridge.