It’s time for another Mill Road Story! Pam and Susan met on the market a few years ago and now they run a boutique on Mill Road together. They sell an array of colourful and exciting clothes and accessories. In this video, they discuss what they love most about Mill Road. In light of the bridge closure, ‘we’ve made lemonade out of a lemon’, Pam says, as they look forward to an amazing summer full of events.
Also, pop in to Fantasia to pick up a Mill Road Mile Map, which shows you the great array of shops and businesses you can find here!
In another Mill Road Story, Mitch Da Silva, the Director of Century 21 Cambridge estate agents, describes the ‘tightly-knit family’ and ‘ecosystem’ that is Mill Road. Despite the challenges faced by businesses like his during the bridge closure, it does not ‘dampen the spirit’ of the community!
Rev. Gilson Gwendu is the minister at Mill Road Baptist Church. In the third of our Mill Road Stories Gilson discusses the work that his Church does to support people and make them feel welcome. Gilson also expresses his deep love for Mill Road and celebrates the diverse community who live and work here. He welcomes anyone and everyone to come down to his Church and the rest of Mill Road. According to him, Mill Road is the best part of Cambridge!
In our second episode of Mill Road Stories, Steve Turvill tells us all about Limoncello, his Italian deli on Mill Road, which he opened after finding it difficult to find any panettone in Cambridge. He chatted about his commitment to surprising each and every customer with his food and his fondness of the variety of people who visit Limoncello.