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VIDEO: Five Valleys walk through as Craghoppers joins line-up

Following the opening of Stroud's new Sandersons department store last week, Punchline editor Mark Owen toured the latest additions to Five Valleys Shopping Centre.

Five Valleys is owned and managed by Yorkshire-based Dransfield Properties.

Centre manager Dionne Moore gave the guided tour around the latest retailers to join the centre, as well as the new Borough Market style offering.

She said: "Every week on this site, there is just more and more development and as a centre, we've just got so much more to come.

"We now have 21 market traders and within the wider store we have upwards of 20 retailers and that is changing everyday as we build more units.

"When we bought the site, we really identified that there was the need for high end products and brands because there is a lot of wealth within the Stroud District, and we really want to encourage that spend to be spent within our town."

The latest addition to the retailer line-up is outdoor clothing brand Craghoppers which opened its 1,980 sq. ft store last week.

Managing director Joanne Black said: "As our physical stores start to reopen, we are delighted to be bringing a new store to Five Valleys in Stroud.

"Stroud is a great location for Craghoppers, close to some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK and of course proud of its reputation for championing sustainability which is something our brand is also proud of."

Work will begin in July on a new medical centre, incorporating two GP surgeries, as part of the wider town centre redevelopment.

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