Independent jeweller sets ball rolling in bold retail growth plan


An independent jewellery retailer has opened its latest store on Trinity Street in Cambridge, in a move which it said has “initiated the first steps for its retail growth plan”.

Winsor Bishop’s acquisition has involved a £1m store set-up, including a full refurbishment and connection of two stores internally. The firm said the move sets the vision for its future.

After continued success within the group, as well as organic growth with its original business, Winsor Bishop has remained family owned by sisters Tanya von Moll and Sophie Fulford.

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Winsor Bishop Cambridge is the home to the company’s new W Bar, a Laurent Perrier Rose champagne and prosecco bar.

The store presents jewellery collections which have been designed by its internal design team and brands including Gucci and TAG Heuer.

Sophie Fulford commented: “Both Tanya and I went to school in Cambridge, so alongside the great memories we share here, the phenomenal growth Cambridge alone has seen over recent years meant the location was perfect for us to roll-out phase 1 of our group growth plan and introduce our brand to the city”.

Fulford continued: “Our flagship store in Norwich has seen many generations from across the UK through its doors since 1834 and we look forward to continuing this with our current and future stores for many more families to visit us. We very much look forward to welcoming everyone and celebrating the new look for Winsor Bishop”.

Winsor Bishop now trades on 39-43 London Street, Norwich & 29-30 Trinity Street, Cambridge and online at Winsor Bishop also includes Swarovski Norwich in its brand portfolio.

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