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Peacocks is back with Louise Redknapp, Michael Owen and Caprice clothing brands

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Popular retailer Peacocks is returning to Stroud.

The doors of the new clothing brand will open officially today, Thursday, June 20th, 9am at Five Valleys Shopping Centre.

To celebrate the opening of the new store, Peacocks will be offering exclusive opening day discounts plus the first 10 customers in store will win a golden ticket, giving them £50 to spend in store.

The store will stock a wide range of women’s, men’s and kids fashion in a large variety of sizes and all at great value prices! In addition to this Peacocks celebrity collections will also be available for customers to shop including, Louise Redknapp’s women’s fashion range, Michael Owen’s menswear range and Caprice’s lingerie range.

A representative from the brand said: “We are so excited to be able to welcome shoppers into our new Stroud store. The store design looks amazing, and we are sure our new and existing customers will love it.

“We will open with all the latest styles including an amazing selection of transitional styles to prepare Stroud for the warmer months ahead.”

Can’t wait to shop in store? Customers can head to the brand new website www.peacocks.co.uk to brose all the latest collection.

Founded in 1884, Peacocks was known as Penny Bazaar and was launched by Albert Frank Peacock in Cheshire. A true Victorian Penny Bazaar, it sold anything and everything and Albert’s principle of value helped Peacocks develop a successful business that continued to grow throughout the twentieth century. In 1940, Albert’s son, Harold, moved the business to its current home in Cardiff.

This year marks 140 years of the brand trading.

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