New stores open their doors at The Mall Luton

Two new store have opened their doors, as shoppers return to The Mall, Luton, following the opening of non-essential retail.

Thursday, 25th June 2020, 9:47 am
Updated Thursday, 25th June 2020, 9:48 am

Family run business, A&Z Dry Cleaners, Tailoring and Alteration has opened its doors on the Gallery level in The Mall next to Anytime Fitness, while Smart Mobility have opened their new showroom in the Church Street area of The Mall.

Established for 20 years, A&Z Dry Cleaners, Tailor and Alteration produce exclusively tailored outfits and wedding dresses alongside their alteration services which include embroidery, monogramming and leather alteration including jackets, bags, gloves and belts.

Milestone birthday gifts can be personalised with embroidery or a monogram, and clothing items can be adjusted and repaired.

Family run business,A&Z Dry Cleaners, Tailoring andAlterationhas opened its doors on the Gallery level in The Mall

Smart Mobility are one of the leading mobility scooter retailers in the UK.

Their new showroom boasts a full range of mobility scooters, including auto folding and car transportable scooters to full 8mph on and off road.

A large selection of power chairs and wheelchairs are also available alongside a range of disability aids including riser chairs, walking frames, sticks, bath lifts and grab rails.

As members of the British Health Care Retail Trade Association, customers can buy with confidence from their fully trained staff and engineers.

Smart Mobilityhave opened their new showroom in the Church Street area of The Mall

Roy Greening, General Manager at The Mall, Luton, said: "We are thrilled to welcome two fantastic new shops to The Mall.

"They are both great additions to the centre and I’m sure our customers will benefit from their unique offers.

"In such challenging times for the retail sector, it is really encouraging to see businesses opening their doors for the first time and we wish them both every success.”

The Mall, Luton remained open throughout lockdown for customers to access essential stores and extended the opening to non-essential retail last week in line with the easing of government restrictions.

Roy added: “We are grateful to all our shoppers who have observed the safety measures we have put in place to welcome more customers back into the centre this past week.

"Their shopping experience may be a little different as we move forward, but it is really encouraging that so many have enjoyed a visit to The Mall.”

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