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Hoarder's Den

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Persimmon

Hoarder's Den, on Church Bank, is a veritable Aladdin's cave, selling items of all sorts from furniture to jewellery. It has a warm and friendly atmosphere and it's a wonderful place to come in for a browse. You never know what you might find!

Janice Thompson, the proprietor, buys and sells items, so why not bring her a box of things you don't need, you may be surprised at how much they're worth. She will also act as an agent, selling your items of value for a share of the takings.

Featured Item
A wooden plaque decorated with a carving of horse and jockey. The horse depicted, Persimmon, was owned by the Prince of Wales and won the 1896 Epsom Derby and also St. Leger, the Ascot Gold Cup and the Eclipse Stakes.

This plaque would be ideal hung in a bar with connections to racing, in stables, or indeed simply in the house of a horse racing enthusiast!

Church Bank House
Church Bank
Tattenhall
CH3 9QE

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