Charm Young is happy to have moved her former beachside business to Warwick.
Charm Young is happy to have moved her former beachside business to Warwick. Contrib

Charm heads inland

CHARM’S Beachside store, from Mooloolaba, has recently relocated to Warwick.

Nick and Charm Young, owners of Charm’s Beachside started looking at other areas to relocate their store. After much searching, they finally decided to settle in Warwick.

Charm’s Beachside sports the latest fashion and brands not before seen in Warwick.

Mr Young said they decided to relocate to Warwick because it is such a lovely town.

“We had been to many towns looking to settle down however, until we found Warwick, nothing caught our eye,” he said.

“It’s a lovely, clean, friendly town and we are happy to set up our shop here.”

Originally, Mrs Young opened the shop in Warwick to clear out surplus stock from the Mooloolaba store.

“When we came to Warwick we planned on just selling the rest of our stock and shutting up shop,” she said.

“However we’ve had such a great response from Warwick residents, if it continues it may be worth us staying open.”

Anything from dresses to shoes, sunnies and jewellery can be found at the shop on the corner of Pratten and McEvoy streets.

Signed ‘garage sale’, the shop opens Tuesdays to Saturdays, from 9am.



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