Cornish Bakery joins line-up at Caledonia Park
Cornish Bakery has opened its second bakery in Scotland at the Caledonia Park premier designer village.
The company has taken a 2,500 square foot unit at the scheme.
The opening marks the first stage in the evolution of the destination’s F&B offer and detailed negotiations are underway with a number of other F&B brands that are interested in joining the line-up.
Caledonia Park’s retail mix includes the likes of Kate Spade New York, Polo Ralph Lauren, Nike, Adidas, BOSS and Crew Clothing.
Cornish Bakery has a seven strong UK-wide portfolio and will continue to expand in the coming year.
Steve Grocutt, founder of Cornish Bakery, said: “We are excited to have opened our second bakery in Scotland at Caledonia Park as a complement to our recently opened location at Annandale. Our focus remains on launching in settings which return distinctly high yield results and opening in the high-end Caledonia Park does exactly this. What’s more, as a destination shopping village, as well as an ideal stop-off for travellers, Caledonia Park provides us with new opportunities to engage with new consumers, marking it as a key step forward in ambitious expansion plans across the UK.”
The news follows the recently completed £10 million upgrade of Caledonia Park by Railpen, which included the addition of new façades, enhancements to the public realm and an upgrade to the carpark.
Maria Averkina, asset and development manager at Railpen, said: “It is great to welcome Cornish Bakery to Caledonia Park, as this marks a key moment in our enhancement of the F&B offer. Our priority is delivering the very best F&B concepts that match the strength of our retail line-up to provide visitors, whether they are regular locals or those travelling from much further afield, with the best choice and variety in the region. We are looking forward to announcing more operators joining Caledonia Park in the coming year as we continue to implement our strategy of constant evolution of the destination.”
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