Royston MP Sir Oliver Heald pops in for impromptu No.3 shopping spree

PUBLISHED: 08:32 26 September 2015

Tony Hawkins of Premium Pics, Sir Oliver Heald, Tracy Stressing from Make & Create and Laura Whitford PICTURE: John Hawkins.

Tony Hawkins of Premium Pics, Sir Oliver Heald, Tracy Stressing from Make & Create and Laura Whitford PICTURE: John Hawkins.


The owner of a new shop in Royston had a surprise when none other than North East Herts MP Sir Oliver Heald popped in to do some shopping.

Sir Oliver visited No.3 Royston in Melbourn Street and, after having a browse around the store and a chat, bought a picture from Premium Pics of the red poppies at the Tower of London and some marmalade from The Preserving Pan.

Owner Laura Whitford said the MP’s impromptu visit was a ‘lovely surprise’.


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