A PENISTONE butcher has taken on two extra workers after relocating to a former electrical shop.
Ian Goss, who runs Harringtons, has moved to the refurbished unit at the top of Shrewsbury Road which has been vacant since Frank Platt's closed last year.
The 24-year-old now employs five staff members and said the main reasons for the move, from 90 High Street, were for a town centre location and to diversify his business.
"I wanted to get into making pies and the deli side of it because I thought Penistone was lacking a deli counter," he said. "We've had a lot of good feedback."