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Five Valleys super Sundays starting this weekend

Five Valleys livens up the centre on Sundays with a running programme of entertainment to round off the weekend for Stroud shoppers.

The centre team have been busy planning a range of initiatives and mini events to support the retailers and traders at the shopping centre who open 7 days per week.

Although Sunday is traditionally a day of rest, the centre is giving everyone a reason to visit their high street, and support local independents who work all week to deliver fantastic local produce, goods, and services.

Live music, cookery demonstrations, DJ's and other acts will be announced weekly to make this a 'Super Sunday' for all.

Jessica Derham, centre manager for Five Valleys Shopping Centre in Stroud said: "We are always looking at ways to create a great atmosphere on the centre and ensure that everyone's visit is a bit special.

"This is a tricky balance for the centre team and its retailers as Five Valleys is undergoing a huge programme of redevelopment works.

"It's due to this programme of works that so many changes have been seen at Five Valleys over the past 12 months and we're confident that for those who haven't been into the centre for some time, you'll be impressed by the range and offer that's now here."

This weekend kicks off the new and improved Sundays with live music from Tom Clissold who will be performing country and folk-sequel music within the Indoor Market area.

Shoppers can enjoy the music and relaxing atmosphere whilst indulging in lunch from a wide variety of street food vendors such as House of Piri, Thai2Go, Non Solo Pasta, Kyuri Sushi, Oh Crepe, and La Cantina.

Terra Cucina Italiana, based within the centres independent department store Sandersons Boutique, is also a popular hot spot for Sunday brunch due to their easy morning menu of continental breakfast choices served with Italian coffee. Also serving charcuterie boards and signature cocktails for late arrivals.

The centre stores open from 10am until 4pm every Sunday including Jojo Maman Bebe, Home Bargains, and Wilko. Families may also want a break from shopping to enjoy a film at Vue or a game at Stroud Bowl.

Sandersons Boutique showcases ladieswear from FRNCH, Pennyblack, Holland Cooper, Levi's, Barbour, Barbour International, Soya Concept, and Whistles; also featuring menswear from Jacob Cohen, Derek Rose, Superdry, Levi's, Gran Sasso, specialist knitwear from Italy and Armani.

Sandersons boasts the most exclusive range of luxury fragrances outside of London stocking Atkinsons, House of Oud, Chanel, Parfums de Marley, Initio, Montale, Robert Piguet, and Marc-Antoine Barrois plus beauty and skincare ranges such as Clarins.

The centre has recently celebrated the launch of Stroud's only vegan delicatessen, Vegicatessen. If shoppers haven't visited for some time, the team is urging people to use their Sundays to come and take a look at the new arrivals.

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