2019 is a big year for The Hollies Farm Shop which is celebrating its 60 year anniversary.
The family business that has been growing since 1959, was originally established as an honesty box at the roadside. Phil, Ed & Sue Cowap are the third generation in their family’s award-winning business.
They are a close family driven by their passion for business and a commitment to success since their Grandfather arrived 60 years ago. A family extended by their ever-growing team around them.
Owners Phil & Ed Cowap said: “The Hollies has evolved so much since 1959, but what has never changed is all the hard work and dedication that goes into the business, now not just from our family but from our wonderful team.”
To celebrate our diamond anniversary there will be a year of events and activities throughout 2019. To launch the anniversary, we have been busy looking back through 60 years of memories of The Hollies and created a 60-year magazine that has been published brimming with family history, team chatter and decades of photos!
Monies will be donated into an honesty box; a nostalgic nod to the shop’s origins. All the money collected over the year will be donated to two local charities; St Luke’s Cheshire Hospice and Tarporley War Memorial Hospital. Both charities offer valuable services to our local community.
“We hope to raise at least £10,000 for these charities through a year of fundraising and anniversary magazine sales,” said Mindy Cowap.
The farm shop also received some kind words from the High Sheriff of Cheshire, Alexis Redmond, who said: “What a great journey of continuous expansion, development and excellence. Congratulations on 60 years of a family business so successfully delivering wonderful local delights to local communities…and supporting such worthwhile charitable causes! Here’s to another 60 years, when our own growing family will continue to enjoy and support a great local business.”