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IN BUSINESS: pulp2 added to art portfolio

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Independent Nailsworth business owner Charlotte Miles has her finger on the pulp.

Two years after taking over stationery shop pulp, Charlotte has opened pulp2 on Market Street, offering a vast selection for art enthusiasts.

Charlotte explained: “We are really excited to have opened a second shop. The original shop is stationery and printing and the new shop is solely art supplies.”

Pulp2 art supplies in Nailsworth. Picture by Carl Hewlett / Hewlett Photography & Design
Just some of the art supplies on offer at pulp2 in Nailsworth. Picture by Carl Hewlett / Hewlett Photography & Design

“People have been very supportive and we hope that as the word gets out, we will be able to serve the wider community.”

  • pulp<sup>2</sup> art supplies in Nailsworth. Picture by Carl Hewlett / Hewlett Photography & Design
  • pulp<sup>2</sup> art supplies in Nailsworth. Picture by Carl Hewlett / Hewlett Photography & Design
  • pulp<sup>2</sup> art supplies in Nailsworth. Picture by Carl Hewlett / Hewlett Photography & Design
  • pulp<sup>2</sup> art supplies in Nailsworth. Picture by Carl Hewlett / Hewlett Photography & Design
  • pulp<sup>2</sup> art supplies in Nailsworth. Picture by Carl Hewlett / Hewlett Photography & Design
  • Eight-month-old whippet, Frida is popular with visitors to Pulp and pulp<sup>2</sup> in Nailsworth. Picture by Carl Hewlett / Hewlett Photography & Design
  • pulp<sup>2</sup> art supplies in Nailsworth. Picture by Carl Hewlett / Hewlett Photography & Design
  • pulp<sup>2</sup> art supplies in Nailsworth. Picture by Carl Hewlett / Hewlett Photography & Design

pulp2 opens from 10am-4pm in the week and 10am-3pm on Saturdays.

Instagram: @pulpstationeryandart – www.pulpstationery.co.uk

Pulp2 art supplies in Nailsworth. Picture by Carl Hewlett / Hewlett Photography & Design
pulp2 is located on Market Street in Nailsworth. Picture by Carl Hewlett / Hewlett Photography & Design

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