Weston pastor and family open printing shop

PUBLISHED: 14:00 20 February 2018

Opening day at Pepperstone UK in Whitecross Road, with the mayor Cllr Jos Holder, owner Ronnie Griffin and friends.

Opening day at Pepperstone UK in Whitecross Road, with the mayor Cllr Jos Holder, owner Ronnie Griffin and friends.


A Weston-super-Mare pastor has opened a T-shirt printing shop in the town.

Ronnie Griffin, aged 40, and his family have opened Pepperstone UK this week offering party products, like balloons and banners, as well as printing services.

Ronnie, who is also the pastor at Church of Christ Ministries, told the Mercury: “I really enjoy the designing aspect and the computer elements.

“I have been designing for a number of years and I decided to take it up full-time.”

Ronnie will be helped in the shop, off Whitecross Road, by his wife and his two sons.

He added: “I want it to be good for the community around here and build a stable and reliable business, as well as being commercially viable.

“We would also like to look at creating our own brand of clothing.”

People can choose and personalise hoodies, T-shirts, bags and hats.

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