One of Hull city centre’s shopping centres, Princes Quay, have announced three new additions coming to the centre this month.
Quick on the heels of the news that Crazy Golf opens next week, three new stores are set to open their doors during the next four weeks, while fair trade favourites, Samsara Craft Store are relocating to a larger unit from this weekend.
Opening along the east arcade, Kwik Pix 2, a store that offers digital and bespoke printing solutions while you wait and the ever-popular V Word, formerly located in Trinity Market, boasts a huge array of all things vegan and eco-friendly. These two companies will be situated next to Claire’s and the owners are looking forward to their new joint business venture.
Joining the west arcade is Bath Scense, which is moving into the unit next to Beaverbrooks on level 2, offering handmade everyday essentials with a variety of bath bombs, wax melts and oil burners.
Having been at the centre for 2 years, Samsara Craft store is relocating to the unit opposite Primark on the west arcade. They are passionate pioneers of all things fair trade. Local owner Denise Harrison is an advocate for the importance of sustainability and eco-friendly shopping and the stock available to purchase includes a wide range of handmade, ethical, fair trade gifts.
October also sees the re-introduction of the monthly PQ Saturday Markets with up to 10 local traders showcasing the very best of art, crafts and gifts for visitors to browse and purchase on level 2.