While many of York’s streets have seen shops close down in recent months, there is a retailing success story right in the heart of the city.
The Coppergate Centre is now fully occupied – and one reason given for the good news is that it is family friendly as it is not on the stag and hen trail.
In recent weeks the new Pavers store opened in the last spot on Coppergate Walk. And Hubble Bubble Tea has taken the final unit, the former change kiosk in St Mary’s Square.
“We have something special down at the Coppergate Centre, with a great mix of cultural attractions – Jorvik Viking Centre, St Mary’s Church and Fairfax House – retail which appeals to the widest range of shoppers, from luxury brands to affordable fashion, and food and drink with indoors and alfresco dining available to suit the changing seasons,” said Coppergate centre manager Pippa Unwin.
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