Two new shops open at Golden Square - and more to follow

Warrington Guardian: Golden Square manager Ian Cox Golden Square manager Ian Cox

TWO new stores have opened their doors in the Golden Square.

The shopping centre has recently welcomed outdoor wear shop Trespass, bringing eight new jobs to the area, and barber shop Hiz Roomz, which is due to open on Friday.

Ian Cox, manager of Golden Square said more store openings were on the horizon for 2014.

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2:55pm Mon 10 Mar 14

TheCommentatorWrites says...

Should have offered Primark a cheap deal (cheap business rates) for the old Boots store. Then that would have attracted other companies to bridge Street.
Should have offered Primark a cheap deal (cheap business rates) for the old Boots store. Then that would have attracted other companies to bridge Street. TheCommentatorWrites
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4:08pm Mon 10 Mar 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

TheCommentatorWrites wrote:
Should have offered Primark a cheap deal (cheap business rates) for the old Boots store. Then that would have attracted other companies to bridge Street.
I thought they had bought the Smiths nightclub which would have been even better for bringing people to that end of town. Totally agree with cheap rates if it is for the good of the town!
[quote][p][bold]TheCommentatorWrites[/bold] wrote: Should have offered Primark a cheap deal (cheap business rates) for the old Boots store. Then that would have attracted other companies to bridge Street.[/p][/quote]I thought they had bought the Smiths nightclub which would have been even better for bringing people to that end of town. Totally agree with cheap rates if it is for the good of the town! GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: 4

4:23pm Mon 10 Mar 14

AppleJunkie says...

These new stores are not worthy of a new picture.....more promoting for chav-mark!
These new stores are not worthy of a new picture.....more promoting for chav-mark! AppleJunkie
  • Score: -6

8:37pm Mon 10 Mar 14

grey-area says...

Thought I heard the old Boots store could be the new market hall? Before they redevelop Time Square area.
Thought I heard the old Boots store could be the new market hall? Before they redevelop Time Square area. grey-area
  • Score: 4

4:02pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Nick Tessla says...

GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
TheCommentatorWrites wrote:
Should have offered Primark a cheap deal (cheap business rates) for the old Boots store. Then that would have attracted other companies to bridge Street.
I thought they had bought the Smiths nightclub which would have been even better for bringing people to that end of town. Totally agree with cheap rates if it is for the good of the town!
Who is "they" - primark or the firm that owns Golden Square?
[quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheCommentatorWrites[/bold] wrote: Should have offered Primark a cheap deal (cheap business rates) for the old Boots store. Then that would have attracted other companies to bridge Street.[/p][/quote]I thought they had bought the Smiths nightclub which would have been even better for bringing people to that end of town. Totally agree with cheap rates if it is for the good of the town![/p][/quote]Who is "they" - primark or the firm that owns Golden Square? Nick Tessla
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4:04pm Tue 11 Mar 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

Nick Tessla wrote:
GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
TheCommentatorWrites wrote:
Should have offered Primark a cheap deal (cheap business rates) for the old Boots store. Then that would have attracted other companies to bridge Street.
I thought they had bought the Smiths nightclub which would have been even better for bringing people to that end of town. Totally agree with cheap rates if it is for the good of the town!
Who is "they" - primark or the firm that owns Golden Square?
Primark Nick, I am behind you!
[quote][p][bold]Nick Tessla[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheCommentatorWrites[/bold] wrote: Should have offered Primark a cheap deal (cheap business rates) for the old Boots store. Then that would have attracted other companies to bridge Street.[/p][/quote]I thought they had bought the Smiths nightclub which would have been even better for bringing people to that end of town. Totally agree with cheap rates if it is for the good of the town![/p][/quote]Who is "they" - primark or the firm that owns Golden Square?[/p][/quote]Primark Nick, I am behind you! GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: 0

7:53am Wed 12 Mar 14

Nick Tessla says...

GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
Nick Tessla wrote:
GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
TheCommentatorWrites wrote:
Should have offered Primark a cheap deal (cheap business rates) for the old Boots store. Then that would have attracted other companies to bridge Street.
I thought they had bought the Smiths nightclub which would have been even better for bringing people to that end of town. Totally agree with cheap rates if it is for the good of the town!
Who is "they" - primark or the firm that owns Golden Square?
Primark Nick, I am behind you!
In so many ways
[quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick Tessla[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheCommentatorWrites[/bold] wrote: Should have offered Primark a cheap deal (cheap business rates) for the old Boots store. Then that would have attracted other companies to bridge Street.[/p][/quote]I thought they had bought the Smiths nightclub which would have been even better for bringing people to that end of town. Totally agree with cheap rates if it is for the good of the town![/p][/quote]Who is "they" - primark or the firm that owns Golden Square?[/p][/quote]Primark Nick, I am behind you![/p][/quote]In so many ways Nick Tessla
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