This is a new venture for owner Lisa Williams, after moving to Nairn in 2016 with her husband and 3 children from Coventry, West Midlands. Lisa wanted to be part of the Nairn community and what better way to meet people than with a new sweetie shop! Lisa and staff member Yasmin, who works on her holiday breaks from St Andrews University, strive to make everyone’s visit a very pleasant experience.
We are situated by the Harbour and are very proud to offer traditional Scottish Handmade Sweets and fine Chocolate. There is an exciting and wide range to choose from – Lucky Tatties to Soor Plooms. We hope our range will bring back lots of happy childhood memories and look forward to welcoming you to the Sweetie Shoppe of Nairn.
3rd July 2017 | nbadmin
THE FLOWER SHOP that is more than a flower shop….
25th January 2016 | nbadmin
The owner, Doreen (on right) and her staff Fiona and Carol are more than happy to help you select flowers for all the important occasions in your life….or ‘just because’. You get real personal service here because all three of them really enjoy what they do and will happily help you choose something you love at an affordable price.
However, if you are looking for an unusual or quirky gift, then this is the place to come…..we enjoy sourcing stock that is out of the ordinary and that you don’t see everywhere else. You are always welcome to come in to browse, to buy or just to smell the roses!
Marie came to Nairn just over 20 years ago from the West Midlands. Some 8 years ago she established Caledonian Craft Connections and the business has now developed into one of the biggest wool shops in Scotland. The weekly “Knit and Knatter” is hugely popular as many ladies pursue their latest knitting project, learn new skills – and catch up on the latest hot news! The Studio to the rear of the retail space offers an even larger array of specialist wools, yarns and knitting accessories. Handcrafted items by local crafters and artisans offers the opportunity to obtain truly unique pieces from the Highlands.
24th November 2015 | nbadmin