Edinburgh Woollen Mill is coming to Formby this October and is recruiting staff
The Edinburgh Woollen Mill is opening a new store in Formby and bringing ten new jobs to our Bubble. It is opening on Thursday 19th October at 9am.
The new Edinburgh Woollen Mill store, located on Chapel Lane, will also feature a Ponden Home Interiors concession.
Staff will greet the first 40 customers to make a purchase in store with an Edinburgh Woollen Mill or Ponden Home Interiors goody bag and the store will also mark its arrival in the area with an in-store competition. The first 40 visitors to find envelopes hidden around the store will be rewarded with an Edinburgh Woollen Mill voucher to spend in store.
Lesley Olive, Area Manager for the store in Formby, said: “We are delighted to bring The Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Ponden Home Interiors to Formby and I’m confident the store will be a superb addition to the town’s existing retail offering. The store will be a fantastic one-stop-shop of clothing and homeware collections."
“I’d like to welcome shoppers in the area to stop by the store during our opening celebrations. Customers can expect to be greeted by our friendly team who will be on hand to showcase our collections.”
The store will feature some of The Edinburgh Woollen Mill’s most sought after men’s and ladies wear including Country Rose, Isle, Honor Millburn, and James Pringle, as well as a full range of gifts and accessories.
The Ponden Home Interiors concession will include popular items such as a full bedding range showcasing its Egyptian cotton sheet collection, Ponden Home quilts, ever popular Hotel Firm Pillows, non-iron sheeting, mattress protectors, towels and ready-made curtains, as well as an elegant selection of soft furnishings and a home style gifts range.
1 Chapel Lane
Further details on the Ponden Home Interiors product range and store network can be found by visiting www.pondenhome.co.uk.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill is a Langholm-based retailer specialising in clothing, along with interests in homewares and destination shopping for tourists. It is wholly owned by the Dubai-based British billionaire, Philip Day.
The company's core Edinburgh Woollen Mill stores have traditionally targeted men and women over the age of 40, but the business has expanded into new markets in recent years, most notably through the acquisition of value fashion retailer Peacocks in 2012.
Job Opportunities in the Formby Store:
Edinburgh Woolen Mill are looking for staff in their Formby store.
They need a Store Manager, Two Store Supervisors and part time staff for between 4 hours to 20 hours a week.
Store Area Manager Lesley Olive said: "We are opening on the 19th October and need staff for all different jobs. If you are interested in any roles, please contact me and local interviews will take place shortly."
You can email Lesley on: firstname.lastname@example.org or you can give her a call on tel: 07764 927809