Menswear retailer Pockets is to open a store in Nantwich in October that will be more than double the size of its previous shop in the Cheshire town.
It will open in the first week of October and replaces Pockets’ smaller 800 sq ft Nantwich store, which closed earlier this summer.
Pockets managing director Paul Platt said: “When we were offered this new store in the finest part of town we jumped at the chance.”
The company, which is now in its 17th year, recently revamped its original Shrewsbury outlet, doubling its size to 3,500 sq ft and opening a new floor dedicated to Ralph Lauren.
Pockets’ other stores are in Hanley, Worcester and Newcastle-under- Lyme.