Pair bring us sunshine
A COUPLE of entrepreneurial friends have launched a new business venture together.
Denise Miller, aged 58, has retired from running her picture framing shop, Framed Art, on Buxton Road in Great Moor, after more than 30 years in business.
However, instead of putting her feet up in her retirement, she has decided to go into business with a pal.
She teamed up with fellow businesswoman Lynn Glover, also aged 58, who has been in the tanning industry for more than 10 years.
Lynn, from Heaton Moor, already runs Salon Sun tanning studio in Edgeley, so she and Denise decided to open another tanning business, called Tanning Station, located where Framed Art used to be.
The mayor of Stockport, Walter Brett, officially opened the new salon and singer Jo Stone, aka Herbie Graham, performed at the event.
Lynn said: “We decided to ‘bring some sunshine’ to Great Moor by opening Tanning Station.
“So please come and enjoy some sunshine, release your vitamin D and take advantage of our buy one get one free offer, running until the end of November.”
●●Stockport mayor Walter Brett with Lynn Glover and Denise Miller at the opening