A COUPLE of entrepreneurs from Denbighshire will open the doors this weekend to a place where small business’ dreams can come true.

“Seren Dream” will be opening at 11am on Saturday (November 4) at 6a Wellington Road, with a gift for the first 30 people to walk through the doors.

Lisa Williams, 37, from Rhyl, will be running the shop alongside her friend and fellow businesswoman, mum-of-three Anne-Marie Jones, 36, from Denbigh.

A life coach and best-selling author who runs the “Vision Board Queen” business, Lisa is excited to welcome small businesses into her and Anne-Marie’s new shop.


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She said: “My mission is to help as many small businesses as possible to achieve their business dreams.

“The shop will be providing space for small businesses to rent a shelf to promote and advertise their products.

“The town needs small businesses back on the high street sharing their beautiful work.”

Anne-Marie added how excited she was to be involved in such a worthy cause to help small businesses.

She added: “Rhyl needs more places like this to emphasise small businesses.

“We have been inundated with local people’s support to be involved, which has been incredible.”

Along with having space for small businesses, Lisa and Anne-Marie will also be holding workshops for adults and children at the shop.

They plan to bring to life several festive-themed workshops for children which will involve crafts, painting, colouring and much more.

Details will be confirmed in the coming weeks.

“The town needs more activities for children, and I believe we can provide this,” Lisa added.

“As a mum of two girls, it can often be a struggle to find local things for children, especially when the festive period is so busy.”