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Be sure to tune into "The Customer is Always Right" on BBC1 next Wednesday, 6th May @ 3:45 to see Church Minshull resident and entrepreneur Tim Boote, put his latest product through market testing.

On the show, hosted by Lucy Alexander, potential customers assess his protein shake made from dried and powdered crickets, as well as other people's inventions, such as, washable cleaning cloths, and an app for locating children that have wandered off.

We wish Tim well with his product and whether he wins the show, or not, we're sure he has the support of all our community in making a success of it...good luck Tim..!!!

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