New business

New business takes over Deli’s former home at 40A

The former home of a popular deli in Earlestown has found a new owner.

Clinically Flawless, a cutting-edge beauty practice, has taken over the Bridge Street building, the former premises of The Deli at 40A.

The delicatessen bid farewell to downtown last month for “personal reasons”, closing a three-year chapter of supporting the community.

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Kathryn Robinson, owner of Clinically Flawless, has been in Newton-le-Willows for three years, however, when the opportunity arose to have her own clinic, the Advanced Aesthetics Practitioner and Accredited Aesthetics Trainer moved to Bridge Street.

The new clinic had its official opening yesterday.

St Helens Star: Kathryn has now joined Bridge Street Businesses Kathryn has now joined Bridge Street Enterprises (Photo: Kathryn Robinson)

She said: “I was based above a clothing store called The Dressery in Newton-le-Willows which I had outgrown very quickly which resulted in me moving into my own clinic at 40A Bridge Street.

“I am delighted with my new clinic; it is beautiful with lots of ‘scope for growth’.

“The support I’ve received and the well wishes from my family, friends, other businesses and advisors etc. has been absolutely amazing.”

St Helens Star: The former caterer has undergone a complete makeover The old grocery store has undergone a complete transformation (Photo: Kathryn Robinson)

The 39-year-old also said she was “eternally grateful” to her 280 customers; who visit the clinic regularly.

Kathryn has already been welcomed into the community and other independent businesses in Earlestown, and many are thrilled with the addition to the town centre.