All change – new shops coming

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Harvey Jones and LemongroveYou will have seen quite a lot of work underway at previously vacant shops in Marlow town centre.

First off, Lemongove Gallery will be opening at The Brewery House, 74 High Street – next to Zizzi’s.  Alexandra Rosca, who will be managing the gallery advises it should be open towards the end of October. Lemongrove specialise in collectable limited editions and original paintings. They have galleries in 4 other locations, including Henley. Based on visits to the Henley shop, I think this will be a great addition to our High Street.

In Spittal St., where Brooklyns hairdressers used to be – will be a Harvey Jones Kitchen showroom. They are an upmarket kitchen showroom, with around 15 other stores around the country – all in what might be considered “desirable” locations to live.

Other vacant locations are currently being extended and refurbished – Jasmine Peking, Threshers/Wine Rack, and Hinds Jewellers. Each of these is under offer at present, and we will bring you news of the new tenants when we can.

Blooming Marvellous – likewise work is to start of extending those promises – and there is already strong interest in the location.

Over at The Barn – at the back of what used to be Mustoo Brand, down the side next to Marks and Spencers- , work is underway to convert to a restaurant.

At the Old Court House – up Trinity Road- work is underway to convert to an NHS dentist.

As always – we’ll keep you abreast of further news when we get it!

4 thoughts on “All change – new shops coming”

  1. Thanks for the update Richard. For those who don’t know… The White Company – from their website – looks like a posh version of Cargo, perhaps similar to the recently opened “Living In” store on West Street.

  2. Anyone able to shed any light on what is going in the old Jasmine Peking?

    The colour scheme (baby blue and pink) looks very familiar

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