Outdoor clothing retailer Trespass will create jobs by moving to Queensgate shopping center in Peterborough

Outdoor clothing and equipment retailer, Trespass, is moving into Queensgate shopping center in Peterborough.

The new 3,354 square foot store, located on the East Mall next to Millie’s Cookies, will open May 20 and create seven jobs.

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New retailers move into the Queensgate shopping center in Peterborough as construction work continues on a 10-screen Empire cinema.

A Trespass spokesperson said the store will bring a new retail mix for shoppers wanting the very best in outerwear and specialty gear.

The retailer offers a range of apparel from watersports and camping to hiking and backpacking, as well as an extensive collection of gear backed by a team of experts.

Founded in 1938, the company has now become one of the most successful outdoor brands in the world with over 300 stores in 60 countries.

Mark Broadhead, Queensgate Center Manager, said: “This is a fantastic new retail offering for Queensgate which complements our existing retailers.

“This is the year we can all get out and enjoy the outdoors again and having the experts at Trespass on our doorstep is a great addition for all of us.”

The store will open with an offer, which will be shared on Queensgate’s social media this week.

News of Trespass’s arrival comes after indoor mini-golf brand Puttstars announced it would invest £2.5 million in a new three-mini-golf facility inside Queensgate.

The facility will be built in the extension being built at Queensgate as part of its plan to open a 10-screen cinema operated by Empire.

Last month, the Card Factory announced the opening of a store in Queensgate, creating six jobs.

Health food retailer Holland & Barrett is also a newcomer to the mall with Cards Direct, which created 10 jobs when it opened last summer.

The new additions to the center come after it suffered a major blow when anchor tenant John Lewis announced its closure.

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