Sisters take over Clevedon bridal business

PUBLISHED: 10:00 17 February 2018

The White Collection Bridal Boutique, 30 Hill Road, Clevedon.

The White Collection Bridal Boutique, 30 Hill Road, Clevedon.

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A Clevedon bridal shop has been taken over by two sisters.

The White Collection Bridal Boutique has been taken over by sisters Laura Allen and Sarah Parker, who has been in the bridal industry for 10 years.

The duo have given the store a new look and are now hoping to attract people from other parts of the country.

Sarah said: “Hopefully we’ll bring visitors from further afield.

“We are aiming to bring people over the bridge from Wales to Hill Road.

“The community feel we have had already is what we wouldn’t imagine getting anywhere else.”

The store stocks a wide range of carefully selected gowns and accessories from some of the most popular names in design.

Each bride will be treated to a personalised service from their first appointment right up to the wedding itself.

Although the business is already trading, an opening event is planned for May.

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