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Yesterday we finally managed to file the hideous VAT, so not withstanding the dull start everything seems brighter. Sue our new occasional team member has come in to give me a hand processing some of the immense backlog (which last week's trip to the auctions has not helped), and the rare absence of customers has given me a chance to have a chat about what's happening next.
As a result of big profiles in both the Shropshire Journal and Hereford Times we had a good flow of visitors through the exhibition yesterday, and a nice group of additional sales. But to repeat there are still some wonderful maps across all the Marches area for sale, and you still have a week to make it to the exhibition before it closes next Sunday.
Once the map exhibition closes our thoughts will turn to the Brocante/Flea Market at the end of the month and the Shropshire Hills Art Week show which is opening almost immediately after. This year's show is called 'Shropshire Boogie-Woogie' and the announcement cards feature a superb semi-abstract painting by Helena Orlowski (shown right). The show opens on the 4th of June and this year is only open for 9 days, so don't miss out!
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