Ceramic cafe Pots2Go will reopen in a new, larger shop on Harrogate’s Beulah Street tomorrow.
The shop, previously located on Montpellier Parade, closed on Christmas Eve to prepare for the move into new premises.
Owner Zoë Hill said they had outgrown the old shop and now had 13 tables instead of just five.
Customers can now enjoy pottery painting, children’s parties and coffee and cake in more spacious surroundings.
It also means customers can just walk-in whereas limited space in the old shop meant booking was essential.
The shop still offers a range of children’s activities, including make-a-bear sessions, slime and foam clay parties.
Ms Hill said:
“We’re really excited, obviously it’s a massive risk but we had to just go for it. We’ve got lots of bookings so it hasn’t put anyone off.”
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Ms Hill and her husband, Dave took over the business four years ago and coronavirus forced them to find new business avenues, such as at-home kits and holding parties at outside venues.
Ms Hill will have seven members of staff working alongside her and hopes to keep collection time to five-to-seven days.
“There’s so much more we could do with the business, especially now we have more staff. I’m hoping it will allow me to take a step back and look at other avenues.
“The last two years have been a nightmare, open and shut, open and shut it wasn’t easy. This is a fresh start.”
The shop reopens tomorrow at 10am.