Regatta, Bonmarche and Edinburgh Woollen Mill among Wyevale Cardiff new concessions

The newly opened Cardiff Wyevale Garden Centre has opened new concessions including Regatta, Yankee Candle, Bonmarché, Cotton Traders, Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Hot Springs.

Cardiff, a Wyevale Garden Centre re-opened on 19 November with returning manager Mike Greenwood and 15 former employees from the previous centre.

The Edinburgh Woollen Mill celebrated its opening by offering a goody bag to the first 20 customers that purchased which featured a ladies scarf from its Isle collection, a souvenir mug and Scotty Dog shortbread. 

Bonmarché’s store manager, Sandra Downing officially opened the concession by cutting the ribbon and gave the first 30 customers a luxury goody bag.

Regatta offered shoppers 50 per cent off all clothing and footwear and Cotton Traders are running half price on a fleece lined coat and discounts on Guinness night wear while stocks last.

Hot Springs joins the centre selling hot tubs, swim spas, chemicals and accessories. The hot tub specialist is selling raffle tickets to win a hot tub to help raise money for Breast Cancer Research. 

Yankee Candle's new‘Baby it’s Fun Outside’ and ‘Cosy Inside’ Christmas collection includes four new fragrances including; Winter Glow, Bundle Up, Cosy By The Fire and Berry Trifle.

Centre manager Mike Greenwood said: "We have had an incredibly strong opening with positive sales figures and an exceptional footfall. The opening of our new concessions is exciting for us as we move into our biggest trading season as we offer our customers an even wider variety of products and brands to choose from - shoppers can find everything they need under one roof."

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