Nicholas Wylde makes second move to temp shop

Nicholas Wylde, far right, with shop staff outside its new Corridor premises.

Brand takes on space in Bath’s Corridor shopping arcade.

Fire-hit retailer Nicholas Wylde has made a move to a second temporary store having previously moved into the former space owned by Clive Ranger.

The store is housed within a linear shopping arcade known as the Corridor, one street down from the Nicholas Wylde shop that was hit by fire in May this year.

The store’s founder Nicholas Wylde said: "We have successfully managed once again to relocate temporarily until refurbishment at Northumberland Place in Bath is complete.

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"Every effort has been made to ensure our customers are caused a minimum amount of disruption and that our service and workmanship is not affected. The last few months have been challenging due to the fire and we wish to thank customers, local businesses and the public for their kind support."

The retailer previously made a move to the former Clive Ranger store in Bath following Clive Ranger’s closure, on the premise that if the space was sought by a permanent retailer Nicholas Wylde would move. It is believed the store has been taken over by bath and fragrance brand Jo Malone.
 

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