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bambos charalambous at rodwins in southgate

One of our most traditional (and useful!) local shops is closing on Christmas Eve after 59 years of trading in Southgate.  Josie informed the world about this sad happening a few weeks ago, on the shop's Facebook page, but I only found out a couple of days ago when Bambos Charalambous MP posted the photo above and the message below to his Facebook page:

So sad to hear that Rodwin's in Southgate is closing. I popped in earlier to see Josie.

There's only 12 weeks left to get the best arts and crafts, fancy dress, stickers, jokes and lots more before the shop is closed.

Shops like Rodwin's are a community hub and our high streets are vital to community prosperity.

Here are a couple of videos showing the wonders of the Rodwin's Aladdin's cave.

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