The headlines may be full of doom and gloom stories from the High Street retailers, but we wanted to share with you a good news story from your local Harrogate High Street, or Princes Street, to be more exact.
In January this year, Steamer Trading Cookshop was taken over by Gloucestershire cookware specialists, ProCook and as part of their commitment to continue building the Steamer Trading brand, it has been announced that the Harrogate store has been chosen as one of the first Steamer stores to receive a boost of over 1200 new, exclusive cookware and tableware products.
Daniel O’Neill, owner of ProCook, said: “We are delighted to announce this news and see it as a fantastic opportunity for Steamer Trading and ProCook to grow both brands. Our focus will continue to be on providing excellent value for money, great service and innovative high-quality homewares.”
Following an exciting new refurbishment the store will reopen to reveal its new look on Thursday 7th March.
Customers will be able to enjoy a free coffee and shop all the big brands already associated with Steamer Trading including Robert Welch, Emma Bridgewater, Cuisinart and Joseph Joseph, as well as stylish new ranges from ProCook.