Penny Lane Express is back

Nick Moase
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If you are looking for a handmade gift locally for Christmas, the folks at Penny Lane Enterprises might just have the one. 

The Penny Lane Express Gift gallery returns to Liverpool, this time on Jubilee Street. All items in the store are made by clients of Penny Lane in Milton.

Penny Lane Express is back, at 13 Jubilee Street directly across from the Royal Bank Entrance.

Clients of Penny Lane Enterprises make all the wares in the store, with new and different stock coming in regularly. The wares range from decorations and crafts to cupboards and wine crates. All items are tax-free.

This is the second year the pop up store has come to Liverpool, after a successful first year on Main Street. The move is due to the previous location being unavailable.

Penny Lane, part of the Queens Association for Supported Living, is located in Milton, with the goal for providing learning and work for people with a variety of challenges.

The store will be open Monday to Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets are being sold for three prizes, the first is a jelly cupboard, the second an Adirondack Chair and the third is a light box, for $2 each or 3 for $5.

Terriann Munroe says to get the store up and running they had financial support from several businesses in the community, including Fiore Botanica, Bruce Inglis Financial, Richard Hatt and Dave Hatt Jr.

New items can be seen online on their Facebook page at



Organizations: Royal Bank Entrance, Queens Association for Supported Living

Geographic location: Liverpool, Milton

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