Paul Davenport works at the King William IV (or the “King Bill”) in Totnes.
“A local bakers, local brewer, something for the young people, apprenticships for dying skills … it’s big enough to do lots of things for young people”.
Alan Carter runs Fusion clothing and also the Perfumerie, both on the High Street, Totnes.
“Finding out that it’s going to belong to the community and be local gives me the thumbs up”.
Mark Rundle runs Karma, fair trade gifts and homewares, in the Narrows, Totnes.
“Totnes needs diversity and Atmos can bring that to the town … I’m fully supportive of what they’re trying to do”.
Stirling Paatz runs Barr & Paatz, specialising in forefront of automation, robotics and mechatronics technology on Totnes Industrial Estate.
“… a very healthy mix of residential, parking is a desperate need for the town, and I would like to see scope for businesses like mine to expand into new premises that make good use of old disused industrial premises”.