Tw st Family Businesses S TUART Bradley Jewellers is a family-run business located in the heart of Chesterfield. Stuart has more than 40 years’ experience in the jewellery trade and over 25 years as a registered pawnbroker, making him the longest-standing and most trusted jeweller and pawnbroker in town. Stuart opened the doors of his shop in 1998, with the help of family and friends, and is today joined in the business by Multi-award winning Fresh, Quality, Local Built on reputation since 1960 We offer: - Bespoke catering with 9 great menus - Freshly made hot and cold sandwiches - Freshly prepared paninis - Locally sourced premium raw meats - Our own made speciality cooked meats - A world cheese counter - Our own made freshly baked bread - Tea and coffee - Customer prizes worth over £160 every month family members Danny, Laura and Louise. The store offers a wide selection of new, vintage, antique and contemporary jewellery to suit all tastes In addition, it is the only jeweller in Chesterfield with an on-site goldsmiths and workshop. This means goldsmith Barrie can make bespoke jewellery, designed to individual taste and budget, while the workshop allows for complete repairs, alterations and cleaning on the premises. W The shop also offers giftware for every occasion including birthdays, Christmas, anniversaries, graduations, christenings and weddings. It is the only outlet in Chesterfield to sell Royal Crown Derby. Laura said: “We have over 100 combined years in the jewellery trade and, as a family business, provide a personal and friendly service to every customer. “As we are local people, we understand what the customers of Chesterfield want, need and expect.” HITTINGTON Moor’s multi award-winning Watson & Brown is owned and run by brothers Richard and Peter Watson, with Richard’s son James also involved in the business. First established in 1960 by Stan and Curly Watson and John Brown - Curly's brother-in-law - the enterprise began small, but its reputation for selling delicious home-baked breads and pastries along with the finest cuts of beef, pork and lamb saw it grow and the introduction of its now famous pork pies further boosted growth. In the early 1970s, Stan & Curly bought out John but kept the Watson & Brown name and youngest son Peter came on board, followed by eldest Richard. In the mid- 1990s the brothers took over ownership of the company after their parents retired. Watson & Brown now offers a full delicatessen with premium home-cooked meats, pies, pasties and sausage rolls, a world cheese counter, olives, a fresh fruit and vegetable section and a fresh, home-made hot and cold sandwich and panini counter selling anything from bacon and sausage cobs to hot roast pork with stuffing, apple sauce and crackling. The company also offers bespoke outside catering. The company continues to grow, while always looking to stay true to its roots. Said Richard: “Over the last 60 years we have seen 90% of small independent food shops disappear from Whittington Moor whilst we have gone from strength to strength. We feel we have been able to achieve this because of our ability to effectively and consistently produce our own products on our premises, which gives us not only more control over what we sell but the knowledge that our goods will be of the highest quality.” 20

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