Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP visits local ‘Charlie Allen’s Dog Grooming Salon’

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Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP, Member of Parliament for The Cotswolds, visited ‘Charlie Allen’s Dog Grooming Salon’ in the local area.

Since opening earlier this year the business has gone from strength to strength and is showing a lot of promise for the future. It is a perfect example of a successful new business in the local area, near Ashton Keynes, which adds to the large number of successful small businesses around.

Mr Clifton-Brown said of his visit “This Dog Grooming Salon is a fantastic example of entrepreneurialism by Jamie Allen, the founder, who has seen a gap in the local market and has filled it with his own business. I hope to take my own dog to his Salon in the future”

Photo: (from left to right) Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP; Jamie Allen, Business Owner; Jan Fedelein, Local Editor of the Cirencester Scene

Source: Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP Member of Parliament for The Cotswolds

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