This Sidcup boutique is offering free champagne and chocolate for its one-year anniversary

PUBLISHED: 15:33 02 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:33 02 October 2017

Indian Rose in Sidcup High Street

Indian Rose in Sidcup High Street


Indian Rose opened in Sidcup High Street in September last year

A Sidcup boutique selling top-quality fashion and furniture will be celebrating its first anniversary this weekend.

Indian Rose moved on to the High Street in September last year, having spent two-and-a-half years honing its trade as a craft stall and then a pop-up shop in Bexleyheath.

To celebrate the anniversary, owners Jane Elsden and Veronica Kelly will be greeting customers with free champagne and chocolate from when the store opens at 9am on Saturday.

Ahead of Saturday’s celebrations, Mrs Elsden said: “We set up Indian Rose because we wanted to do something different, rather than being feeling unfulfilled in our careers.

“I worked in an estate agents before, but now customers are telling us that we’re one of the best shops on the High Street, it’s been a fantastic year and we can’t wait for the future.

“We started off selling hand-crafted items but we’ve since moved on to sell other things as well like clothes and furniture, all of it has been really well received in our first year.”

The shop will be offering up to 20 per cent off certain items for one day only when it opens its doors this weekend.

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