A FLAGSHIP shop in Stroud is to relaunch with a special party on Friday evening. 

Shoppers are invited to attend a special relaunch party at Sandersons Boutique Store, based at Five Valleys in Stroud, this Friday evening [April 26].

Visitors to the celebration, which runs from 6pm until 8pm, can expect a red-carpet welcome, in what promises to be a fun night.

There will also be a raffle held with plenty of prizes up for grabs from the store’s top brands plus special offers and promotions running for that evening only.

In addition, the event serves as an opportunity for shoppers to explore new fashion collections from top brands, Weekend Max Mara and Marella, which have just joined the line-up.

Shoppers can enjoy looking around the new look store which still boasts the same quality brands from Holland Cooper, Barbour, Barbour International, Part Two, Boss, Guide, Guess and more.

The company has adjusted its store format to make way for another new retailer to open soon at the shopping centre.

The stores French patisserie, Choux Bun Appétit, will also be opening late, meaning shoppers will be able to take advantage of their exceptional cooking, excellent coffee, show-stopping handmade pastries and savoury snacks.

This marks the first in a series of events that will be hosted by the Sandersons team throughout the year. 

Store Manager, Benjamin Lappin, said: “Sandersons is committing its future to Stroud and we want to get the message out there that we are open for business.

Stroud News and Journal: Sandersons store manager Benjamin Lappin

“So please come and celebrate with us, have a look around at the new store layout and take advantage of our many special offers and promotions.

“It promises to be a great party and fun night for everyone!”

In addition to the Sandersons relaunch party, the bustling Late Night Market will also be running until 8pm, offering cuisine to suit all tastes from Indian to Italian to Mexican to Thai.

Eddy Allen, a talented street performer who's a big part of Gloucester's music scene, will also be playing a mixture of rocking covers and some of his own material from 6pm.

The weekend will also see the return of Five Valleys market on Saturday between 10am and 4pm.