Rosie Cheeks Boutique, a local independent children’s clothing retailer, makes its grand reopening in Marlow on Saturday 16th February, having signed a new pop-up lease at 64 Marlow High Street.
Rosie Cheeks is a multi-branded childrenswear boutique in the heart of Marlow for boys and girls from newborn to age 10. Having relocated from another, smaller unit on the High Street, Rose Foster and her daughter Meg, founders of the store, are hosting an event in the new unit this weekend to celebrate their return to the Buckinghamshire town. The store will stock a range of exciting new brands including summer holiday wear and an extended footwear selection and is offering cupcakes and drinks to those who shop with them this Saturday.
Co-founder Rose Foster explained how exciting it is to return to Marlow High Street: “We opened in Marlow 18 months ago and are delighted to have acquired a larger pop-up shop thanks to Sorbon. We can’t wait to welcome our customers back after we reopen this weekend.”
Tamra Booth, managing director of Sorbon Estates, comments on helping another vibrant independent business reopen in Marlow: “We’re thrilled to facilitate Rosie Cheeks’ return to Marlow High Street as part of our ongoing commitment to independent pop-up tenants. More than 70% of tenants within our property portfolio are independent businesses and retail is reliant on these diverse and vibrant businesses.”
Rosie Cheeks’ move into 64 Marlow High Street follows the departure of Jam Industries, a pop-up surf brand founded by Made In Chelsea’s Andy Jordan and his brother Mark, who vacated the unit earlier this month following a successful four-month temporary lease.