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Jobs up for grabs as new fashion store comes to Cheltenham

An American clothing retailer has announced it is opening a store in Cheltenham.

A sister brand to Urban Outfitter, which moved into The Brewery Quarter in 2018, Anthropologie is the latest store to announce its arrival in the spa town.

The news was broken yesterday evening when job adverts went live online seeking employees to work in the new shop. The both full and part time positions include store sales associates, display coordinator and store manager as well as a visual merchandiser.

Anthropologie stocks a wide range of clothing, jewellery, intimates, home furniture and décor, beauty, and gifts suited to the 35-45-year-old female demographic. The chain has 200 stores worldwide and prior to the opening, the closest store to Gloucestershire is in Bath.

None of the job descriptions advertise a location for the store, however they specify that they plan to open in 2019.

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