Monday 28 September 2020

Weird Fish to open at Gloucester Quays

Gloucester Quays has secured Weird Fish, which will open at new store at the city’s outlet centre in 2019.

Weird Fish is set to open a brand-new store at Gloucester Quays.

The clothing brand is already advertising for staff for the new unit, and is the most recent in a number of new signings for the brand, including Hotel Chocolat, Five Guys, Hugo Boss and Radley.

It’s not yet clear which unit the store will open in, but as recruitment to man the unit begins online, it won’t be long until shoppers can enjoy browsing the brand’s clothing.

According to the brand’s job advert, it’s looking for an effective team leader with previous retail management experience in a similar store environment.


For more information visit gloucesterquays.co.uk

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Monday 23 September 2019

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