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Gloucester Quays newest arrival opens doors

Fragrance and personal care brand Molton Brown has become the latest arrival at Gloucester Quays.

The retailer, known for its perfumes, home and body care products, has opened what it is calling a pop-up shop at the outlet centre today.

The opening follows the arrival of Beauty Outlet last week with Tommy Hilfiger, Barbour, Salt Rock and Weird Fish also opening at the Quays in recent months.

Jason Pullen, managing director at the Quays' operator Lifestyle Outlets, said: "We're continuously working to ensure Gloucester Quays is a go-to destination in the city for shopping, dining and entertainment.

"Lifestyle Outlets prides itself in delivering experience-led outlet shopping and we've seen ongoing success, enabling us to bring in new brands and enhance the offering across our schemes."

Molton Brown already has a branch on the Promenade in Cheltenham.

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