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New store opens at EJ Churchill

10:24 28 November 2011

New store opens at EJ Churchill

New store opens at EJ Churchill

The official opening of the new Country Clothing Store at the EJ Churchill Shooting Ground on the West Wycombe Estate was a great success.


Over 150 guests enjoyed champagne provided by Piper Heidsieck, gin and tonics by Hendricks Gin and luxury canaps by Caviar House.


Rob Fenwick, EJ Churchill managing director, said: "On such a warm evening there was a huge crowd of our members, friends and local dignitaries. A popular spectacle was Giles English taking apart the Bremont watches! We hope that the new extension has widened our appeal with our latest clothing and accessories lines, and we continue to be a popular place to visit."


The opening was hosted by Rob and Sir Edward Dashwood. The new store allows new lines to be introduced from Barbour, Hunter, Dubarry and many more. Particular focus has been placed on extending the ladies, childrens and gift ranges, as well as improving the range of shooting accessories and equipment. E.J Churchill are one of the exclusive distributors of Bremont watches and have a mail order system in place for delicious food by Caviar House.


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