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Signs of economic growth as Dolphin Centre welcomes new shops
SIGNS of economic growth are showing in Poole after eight new retailers took up spaces at a shopping centre.
K&J Toyshop, an independent family-run toy shop originating from Christchurch, has opened a branch in the Dolphin shopping centre, as has Hawkins Bazaar on a temporary basis over the Christmas period.
Kulla, an independent clothing shop, is now housed in a shop in Falkland Square and new start-up business, The Sweetie Boutique, has also launched in Poole.
Owner of The Sweetie Boutique, Susi Shanks, said that this was her first shop and so she says she is grateful for the support of the Dolphin shopping centre.
She added: “As well as offering traditional sweets, I also wanted to create a niche in the market and offer a sweet shop experience for diabetics too. The Sweetie Boutique specialises in sugar-free sweets and we have more than 50 varieties suitable for diabetics.”
Warren James Jewellers, Zaravape, Anna, and Fone Customize are just a few more of the retailers recently introduced to shoppers in Poole.
John Grinnell, Dolphin shopping centre manager, said: “It’s fantastic news that we are able to announce these new lettings.
“They are exciting additions to the Centre and will add to the already impressive portfolio of retailers.
“Not only do these new stores provide more choice to the shoppers, we are delighted that they also bring new jobs to the town centre.”
Elsewhere in the centre, retailers have witnessed further economic growth, including mobile phone repair shop, Bitznfix, has upsized into a new unit which they say is due to ongoing demand.
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