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Any Old Lights Reclaimed Upcycled Recycled Marine Maritime Lights Lighting | Fowey Pop Up Shop Boutique Independent Retail Quirky Kooky Lostwithiel Street | The Cormorant Hotel & Restaurant Golant Cornwall HolidaysA pop up shop, which has proved hugely popular for selling reclaimed maritime lights which have been upcycled into stylish lamps and lights for inside the home, has found a permanent home in Fowey.

Any Old Lights is run by Mike Redmond, Sinead Hanks and Pat Fitzpatrick and was operating from a restaurant which had closed for a month during the run up to Christmas. The pop up store provided a physical selling point for the company, which also sells its wares online.

Now the business is set for a move to a long term home in South Street.

The new home will be in the retail unit which is currently home to Cindy Ashbridge Jewellery store, above Tippers Treasures. Cindy Ashbridge Jewellers is set for a move to new premises in Lostwithiel Street, while the restaurant which was a temporary home to Any Old Lights is due to reopen in the spring.

Pat said he had high hopes for the business. "The pop-up shop went well so we are hoping the new shop will be open within a month," he said.

As part of the opening of the new store Any Old Lights will be selling new bespoke lettering in chrome and brass and carnival lettering, as well as its reclaimed lighting features, architectural oddities and fixtures and fittings sourced from all over the world.

Why not pop along during your stay in Fowey accommodation? You can find out more about the store at www.anyoldlights.co.uk.

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