The Winter 2010 Penfield Collection has now started to land, starting with the famous Penfield Sanford hats – these sold out everywhere last Christmas so be quick, we have it in all 6 new colourways. Landing at the end of the week we should have some of the Kasson jackets and Penfield Outback vests.
The latest offering from relaunched brand, Frank Wright are now instore & online. The top two styles consist of Apache, which is a hiker style boot made famous by the likes of Abington, the second is Cherokee in the famous worker Chukka boot made famous by Dickies & Redwing. Available in a few different finishes these are great value at £85 !!!! Check them out below.
Our good friends at 80s Casuals have done a blinder and now supplied the people of Manchester their own iconic t-shirt, following on from the Bolton Wanderers exclusive t-shirt last year. The 80s Casuals “Piccadilly” t shirt is available in three classic Manchester United & Manchester City colours Sky Blue, Red, Black and also a Kelly Green version to match the yellow & gold campaign. These t’s are extremely limited in numbers and we are also offering to to have them embroidered with any text you would like on the arm to make them unique. Not forgetting our roots, we have also landed the original Wanderer Returns t shirt in Navy also the new Royal Blue colourway, again each can be embroidered at no extra charge, for more info contact us on 01204 380188.
Just to let everybody know that the delivery of Ben Sherman Modern Classics has now arrived and will be online very soon. This collection is only available through 12 stores globally at the moment with distribution being handled by the experienced hands of Brand Progression. This range is sure to be sought after and only available in limited numbers, be quick.
Check out the latest offering from Pretty Green with their new denim jean range here
The boot supplier to the foreign legion has now landed here at Solefood towers & what a roaring success they have been instore. There are plenty more on the way including the sought after leather versions !!!!
Brought back into the limelight by Will Smith in the huge I am Legend.
We at Solefood are pleased to say we will be opening in the brand spanking new Rock Bury development. A little more info below courtesy of The Rock Bury website, but we will keep you posted of any future developments.
The Rock development will see Bury rise 97 places in CACI’s top 100 Uk retail town rankings and will include the flagship store of local company Solefood ltd
Opens 16th July 2010
506,000 sq.ft of new retail accommodation
· New Debenhams department store –
· New Marks & Spencer department store –
· New Primark department store –
· 6 Flagship store opportunities – three already pre-let to River Island, Next and Solefoodshop.com
· 60 New shop units
· A single level streetscape environment with double height shop fronts
· A mix of quality fashion and other comparison good retailing
· 1,250 car parking spaces
· Vue 10 screen multiplex cinema
· AMF 24 lane bowl & family entertainment centre
· 8 new Restaurants and café opportunities including one already pre-let to Pizza Express
· South facing restaurant terraces and open air seating
· 408 residential units
· New town square – a comprehensive upgrading of the surrounding streetscape and public realm
· New 45,000 sq.ft 24hr PCT health care facility
The Rock is located at the heart of Bury.
The main retail street at The Rock extends the existing high street linking Market Place with the new main town square, to be named St Johns Squares, which will become the focal point for the town centre.
The Rock Marketing Suite
Bury’s World famous market
· Comparison goods spend expected to increase by 56%, from £225m to £351m pa (CACI)
· 75% of households are owner occupied compared to 65% of the GB average
· The typical comparison goods household expenditure for Bury shoppers is 1.5% higher than Manchester and 0.9% higher than Bolton
· Within this general market, household expenditure on Womanswear is 5.7% above the UK average, Menswear is 7.5% above UK average and Footwear 4.9% above UK average
· Bury 2.8% unemployment (GB average 5.3%)
· 35% of the population are in the 20-44 high spending age bracket