Oliver Bonas confirms opening date in Cheltenham

Fans of the original homeware store, Oliver Bonas, don’t have long to wait as the shop confirms when it is set to open in Cheltenham.

Promising chic interior accessories, affordable gifts and stylish jewellery, the wait it finally over as Oliver Bonas announce when and where it will be opening in Cheltenham.

Inviting shoppers from across the county, the store is hoping to open its doors on the week of Monday 20 November 2017 and will take pride of place in the former Molton Brown shop on The Promenade in Cheltenham.

Stocking a selection of gorgeous items, the opening will be the first for the company in Gloucestershire, with its flagship stores in Bristol and Oxford already well established.

Promising to provide ample opportunity to stock up on gorgeous gifts in time for Christmas, the store is set to be popular with Cheltenham shoppers.

© SoGlos
Tuesday 17 October 2017

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