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Super Sundays gather momentum at Five Valleys

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More traders are joining the rest of the centre by opening on Sundays as it becomes a popular day amongst shoppers to step out and support local businesses and soak up the ‘super’ atmosphere. 

The Artisan Baker, The Cotswold Grocer and Armadeli join the line-up of food traders and retailers opening in the centre from 10am.

The Artisan Baker is now trading 7 days a week selling handmade and organic fresh baked goods including award winning sour dough bread, fresh French pastries and decadent desserts. 

Armadeli offers a gourmet experience full of artisanal delights including a wide range of cheese and charcuterie alongside an extensive wine selection.

No food shop would be complete without a fruit and veg offer and so the centre is pleased to announce that The Cotswold Grocer will also be opening on Sundays with the butchers joining later this month.

Lottie Thompson from the centre’s management team said: “It’s a great atmosphere at the centre on a Sunday with families, couples and friends enjoying the food, shopping and entertainment here. 

“We’re thrilled more of our lovely traders have jumped on board to ensure we’re offering the complete range 7 days a week.”

Five Valleys livens up the centre every Sunday with a running programme of entertainment to round off the weekend for Stroud shoppers who are also able to take advantage of £1 parking all day at the centre’s multi-storey car park. 

Creating a fantastic and welcoming atmosphere is at the heart of this plan with live music, cookery demonstrations, DJ’s and other acts which will be announced weekly to make this a ‘Super Sunday’ for all.

This weekend shoppers can enjoy live entertainment covering lunch time trade.

Shoppers can also enjoy the music and relaxing atmosphere whilst indulging in a tasty lunch from a wide variety of street food vendors such as House of Piri, Thai2Go, Non Solo Pasta, Kyuri Sushi, Oh Crepe and La Cantina.

Terra Cucina Italiana, based within the centres independent department store Sandersons Boutique, launched their new seasonal menu which includes autumnal dishes such as butternut squash crème brûlée, minestrone pot pie, Beetroot gnocchi and Pistachio crusted local lamb chops.

As well as food, the centre has several stores open from 10am until 4pm every Sunday including Jojo Maman Bebe, Home Bargains and Wilko. Families may also want a break from shopping to enjoy a film at Vue or a game at Stroud Bowl.

Sandersons Boutique is open every Sunday and brings to Stroud a range of amazing new ladieswear brands including FRNCH, Pennyblack, Holland Cooper, Levi’s, Barbour, Barbour International, Soya Concept and Whistles. 

The store also has an amazing menswear collection including Jacob Cohen, Derek Rose, Superdry, Levi’s, Gran Sasso, specialist knitwear from Italy and Armani.

Alongside the clothing offer, Sandersons boasts the most exclusive range of luxury fragrances outside of London stocking Atkinsons, House of Oud, Chanel, Parfums de Marley, Initio, Montale, Robert Piguet and Marc-Antoine Barrois plus beauty and skincare ranges that include Clarins.

The store provides the perfect opportunity to pick up a special gift for Christmas and if you’re struggling to choose, look out for Sandersons own gift guide.

For more information about what’s happening on the centre visit the website www.fivevalleysstroud.co.uk

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