Worthing mayor Sean McDonald opened new children’s boutique Harmony at Home.
The ribbon cutting at the shop in Warwick Street, Worthing, took place on January 29.
Claire Fisher, the owner of the boutique, said: “We moved to Worthing not knowing the area at all. We now know so many people and have discovered what a fantastic place it is to bring up our children.
“We wouldn’t want to live anywhere else now and I’m delighted that I’ve been able to open my business here.”
The boutique sells children’s clothes, toys, arts and crafts, along with new baby and Christening gifts.
Claire is passionate about the products they sell which are chosen with quality and design in mind.
Many of the toys are wooden and the clothes are designed in the UK, using organic cotton.
Claire said “Our passion is to offer quality and unique items that can’t be found on every High Street along with excellent customer service.
“We always have toys available to entertain little visitors because I remember how much hard work it was going shopping with small children - anything we can do to help make a shopping trip a little bit easier.”
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