A new Antiques Centre is to open at Hatton Shopping Village near Warwick on Friday 10 May. 'Hay Store Antiques Vintage & Interiors' is run by Emma Sutor who has been dealing in antiques for 9 years. Emma has another shop in Redditch and previously ran a shop in Henley-in-Arden before moving to Hatton.
Hay Store Antiques now joins the other 20 independent and unique outlets which sell a wide range of products and services including a gin school & distillery, electric bike shop, hairdresser, swim school, children's nursery, farm shop, ladies clothing, confectionary, plants, jewellery, furnishings, handbags and scarfs.
Hay Store Antiques will be hosting a variety of 14 dealers who will be selling an eclectic mix of antique furniture, soft furnishings, up-cycled furniture and giftware. Local artist, Chris Swingle, who specialises in painting portraits and commissions, will also be based at Hay Store six days a week.
Emma Sutor said "We are really excited to be opening our store at Hatton and working alongside the other independent businesses. We look forward to meeting lots of new customers and adding to Hatton's retail offer".
Johnnie Arkwright, owner at Hatton Country World, said: "We are delighted to welcome Hay Store to our quintessentially English shopping village. Hatton has been home to a very successful antiques centre for 30 years but relocated due to space. It's great news that we have a new antiques centre open again at Hatton especially as homeware and antiques are incredibly popular and a much-loved and sought-after product".
Hatton Shopping Village has FREE entry with masses of FREE parking. For more information on the new shops please visit the website at http://www.hattonworld.com/shopping-village