The opening date has been set for Cornish clothing shop Seasalt, heading to the Cornhill Quarter next month.
As previously reported, Seasalt is one of the latest brands to sign up at the £70 million redevelopment of the Cornhill Quarter.
Seasalt has clothing shops all across England and South Wales. The new Lincoln store will open in Unit 31 near to Lakeland on Saturday, March 23.
On this date, the first person in the queue will have the honour of cutting the ribbon and officially opening the new shop. The first customer will also receive a £100 Seasalt voucher to spend on the day.
There will also be lots of treats and giveaways too.
Seasalt was established by brothers Leigh, David and Neil Chadwick after their dad Don passed away. They wanted to create a clothing brand inspired by all the things they loved about Cornwall.
The company also supplies to around 400 stockists. Its collections can be found at John Lewis, Label, Next and selected Fenwick stores.
Seasalt Co-Founder and Chairman Neil Chadwick said: “We’re really happy to be able to bring Seasalt to a city as full of character and history as Lincoln.
“It’s a brilliant location with many similarities to our Cornish towns, including the breathtaking scenery and happy, relaxed atmosphere. We’re looking forward to welcoming everyone to our new shop.”
The shop will sit near 200 Degreees in phase two of the redevelopment which is nearing completion. Coffee chain 200 Degrees opened its new shop in the Cornhill Quarter earlier this week.
Phase two of the Cornhill Quarter development is delivering a 23,000 sq ft of retail space along Sincil Street, as well as a bright, attractive walkway through to the multi-storey car park.
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