While repairs are carried out on Walker St, Fairfield Butchery will trade from Cheapside St.
While repairs are carried out on Walker St, Fairfield Butchery will trade from Cheapside St. Robyne Cuerel

Burnt-out Fairfield Butchery to reopen on Cheapside St

THE owners of Maryborough's Fairfield Butchery have announced they will reopen at a new location while repairs are carried out on their fire-damaged shop on Walker St.

Mark and Fay Sengstock were devastated last Thursday night when their shop of 25 years was all but destroyed by a suspicious fire.

They were letting customers know on Monday they would reopen at the former Cheapside Butchery on Cheapside St, as of Thursday morning.

"Because we've had so much support and good wishes, we decided that we're going to reopen," Ms Sengstock said.

"We want to get back out there for our customers.

"It's something to think about in the meantime - and it's what Mark does best."

Investigations into the fire are continuing.