Morven’s Friendly Grocer is on the market and the Morven Progress Association have created a marketing campaign to entice buyers into he township, which ye say has aa great future.
The shop closed a short time ago, with owners citing “Unforeseen circumstances “for the shut down.
Now the store is on the market and locals are keen to welcome a new owner to the town that just seems to keep on moving ahead.
In the meantime, the news agency is carrying a small amount of basic grocery stock.
According to Progress Association President John Kendall, local business has bright future.
“The town is going from strength to strength and we are about to get the rail hub with the Murweh Shire Council getting a grant now.”
The backup plan is for the locals is to reopen the business with a group of locals are preparing to buy the store together if a buyer from out of town cannot be found.
For more information on the sale of the Morven Friendly Grocer contact Rural Property GDL agent Andrew McCallum on 0427 581 889
In the meantime, the plans for a replacement pub are progressing with the family that purchased the land and licence now seeking investors after successfully gaining approvals for the re-build.
The two combined projects will inject hundreds of thousands of dollars into the township.