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Borough Kitchen to open in Isington

London-based cookshop chain Borough Kitchen is preparing to open its fourth store, in the new Islington Square retail and leisure complex situated in north London’s old postal sorting office on Upper Street. A pop-up will open in early

November and a permanent cookshop and cook school, also in Islington Square, will follow in early 2020.

This latest branch will join the company’s first shop, which opened in Borough Market in September 2013 and its second shop, which launched on Hampstead High Street in May 2015. Borough Kitchen then opened its first cook school at the Hampstead branch in October 2015 and relaunched its online store in November 2015. In April 2016 it opened a shop and in-house cook school on Chiswick High Road.

The retailer said: ‘We will bring our unique edit of best-of-the-best and best-of-value cookware and tableware to our new neighbours in Islington. This will be a great new retail hub for us and give us a greatly expanded cook school, allowing for a combination of smaller hands-on classes as well as larger team- building and corporate events. ‘Our new home will also house our offices and ecommerce business, while giving us the space to extend our product range further and improve our customer service both online and in store.’

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ProCook launches in Bath

ProCook opened a new branch on October 25 in the Somerset city of Bath, in premises previously occupied by Kitchens Cookshop. The store at 4-5 Quiet Street is open seven days a week. It stocks own-brand cookware, kitchen knives, accessories and tableware, alongside branded products from suppliers including Le Creuset, Brabantia, Robert Welch Designs and Magimix. ProCook founder Daniel O’Neill said: “Despite challenges in retail, bricks-and-mortar stores still remain the best way to shop for high quality goods. So we’re delighted to open a shop in Bath as it will give our customers in the area an opportunity to shop ProCook products in person as well as online.”

October/November 2019 The housewares chain said it ‘has

gone from strength to strength in recent years, expanding to 50 stores countrywide, and capitalising on the growing trend for home cooking that has accompanied the British appetite for fine dining and TV cooking shows’. Headquartered in Gloucestershire, ProCook was founded in 1995 and supplies housewares with savings of up to 50% compared with other brands, by producing and delivering products direct to the customer with no middleman. It designs and manufactures around 1,200 exclusive products that span cookware, kitchenware and tabletop. It also operates an ecommerce business trading within 29 international territories.


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