THE owner of Endsleigh Avenue’s recycled clothing store Christina’s Recycled Designer Clothing has changed the store’s name to Frockwork Orange.
Julia Hobbs has owned the business for three years and says it was about time she freshened it up.
“I feel like I’m established now but sometimes people still call me Christina,” Mrs Hobbs said.
She said the store stocked a range of recycled clothing and specialised in Australian items.
A NEW yoga studio has opened in Summer Street in the RBS Morgans Building.
Yoga Orange, owned by Lynda Psylliakos, Martina Selwood and Bee Bekavac, runs classes including vinyasa, hatha, ashtanga, pregnancy, restorative and mums n bubs.
PLANS are under way to open a lolly shop in Summer Street, in the former Definately Different store near the Orange Arcade.
Lollies & More will stock a wide range of sweets, including ones that are hard to find and others that have become family favourites.
ORANGE Business Chamber will hold its After 5 meeting on October 9 at the National Australia Bank’s Business Banking Centre in Lords Place.
The event will include a presentation by the bank’s Deb Ball and transaction banking specialist Kate Greenwood.