Angel & Rocket returns to Marlow High Street

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Popular local childrenswear brand Angel & Rocket has returned to Marlow High Street, opening its
new, bigger and better store on 20th August. Located on the High Street next to The White
Company, the new store will allow shoppers to browse even more of the brand’s latest stunning
collections.

Customers can look forward to a special opening offer of 20% off in-store for the first week, followed by Summer Sale offers in early September making way for the exciting new Autumn / Winter
collection in mid-September.

With its headquarters in High Wycombe, Angel & Rocket is a local brand and has become popular with Marlow parents and kids alike. The family-run brand prides itself on unique fashion-forward, quality
childrenswear that lets kids be kids, using sustainable, premium fabrics that last.

Lewis Bostock, Managing Director at Angel & Rocket commented, “We are delighted to be back in
Marlow as we have always felt an affinity with the town. Having kept in touch with many of our
customers online, we can’t wait to re-join the local community and welcome them back in-store.
We’re excited to open the doors this week and introduce families to our latest collections.”

Edward Davidson, Senior Leasing Manager at Sorbon Estates said, “The return of Angel and Rocket is
fantastic news for Marlow, it is a local, independent brand with a genuine interest in the town.
Tenant fit is a real priority for us and Angel & Rocket is an ideal example. Marlow town centre has
been bustling with visitors and shoppers since retail re-opened, a testament to the town’s spirit and
desire to support local businesses, and we are confident that Angel & Rocket will enjoy a successful
return.”

While Covid retail guidelines make it difficult to host a launch event, the brand does have plans to
celebrate its return when restrictions ease, so watch this space for news!

Article author: Paul Merchant

About the author: Founded MyMarlow.co.uk in its original version back in 2000 - yes the internet DID exist back then. Brought up in Marlow, went to school here, now has children at the same schools. Quite clearly loves all things Marlow - hence spending nearly 2 decades doing this!

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