Ewe will have another shop to browse when stationery and lifestyle brand Neon Sheep moves into Lincoln’s Cornhill Quarter.
The British business is best known for its fashionable and affordable product line-up, ranging from gifts and accessories to stationery and homeware.
It will be located just off the High Street next to the restored Corn Exchange building in a unit previously occupied by Game.
Neon Sheep joins the likes of Doughnotts, Energie, HMV and Co-op in the multi-million pound Cornhill Quarter development.
James Stocker, Senior Project Manager at Mountain Warehouse, said: “We’re so excited to have recently signed to be part of the redevelopment of The Cornhill Quarter. We can’t wait to share our vibrant and flourishing brand to the people of Lincolnshire. Watch out for the life-size pink sheep!”
Tim Bradford, Managing Director at Banks Long & Co, said: “Neon Sheep is another major retailer which has demonstrated its confidence and commitment to The Cornhill Quarter development. It will join the excellent mix of brands we have already secured for the scheme, and we believe this unique brand will enhance the area and attract more visitors and locals to the city.”
Ursula Lidbetter, Lincolnshire Co-op’s Chief Executive, added: “We are delighted that The Cornhill Quarter continues to attract exciting new brands for the city. We have been able to announce a number of names over the past few months, all bringing something different to the heart of Lincoln.”
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