New cycle shop for Seaton

PUBLISHED: 12:45 17 March 2017 | UPDATED: 09:07 21 March 2017

Seaton Deputy Mayor  Jack Rowland cuts a ribbon to open the new CycleLife East Devon shop at The Grove . Picture: CHRIS CARSON

Seaton Deputy Mayor Jack Rowland cuts a ribbon to open the new CycleLife East Devon shop at The Grove . Picture: CHRIS CARSON


Another health-promoting business sets up in The Grove complex

Seaton deputy mayor Jack Rowland cut a ribbon recently to officially open a new cycling business in the town.

CycleLife East Devon has relocated to the new Grove complex, having outgrown its former base in Axminster.

Owner Ian Bruton said it was an appropriate setting with other health-promoting enterprises nearby – a fitness centre upstairs and an outdoor pursuits clothing and accessories shop next door.

Neighbouring businesses turned out to welcome the new venture along with officials form the Seaton Town Development Team.

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