Teen ditches university plans and buys shop she worked at
An 18-year-old Lincolnshire girl ditched university plans to buy a jewellery shop where she worked part-time.
Molly Clegg, from Market Deeping, bought Murano Silver after working there for a year as a Saturday job.
And she said that she has no regrets at the path she has chosen.
"The shop opened when I was 10 and I used to come in for the pocket money earrings section," she said.
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"I used to chat to the previous owner and I always thought this was what I wanted to do although I never thought I would get there.
"I did think about university but that was only because I did not know what else I wanted to do.
"I realised I would be spending lots of money on something that might not lead to anything.
"I love it. It was always going to be the right decision."
Molly had saved her wages in a university fund which her parents contributed to as well.
And when the chance to buy the shop came up, they used the money for that.
"They supported me. We all saved together and when I decided not to go to university we decided to put it into this.
"I do most of the accounts now and obviously as time goes on I will learn to do it all."