Jeans giant and new restaurant announced for Rushden Lakes

The shopping complex is set to welcome more big names, including Levi's opening a new store next month

By Stephanie Weaver
Friday, 23rd October 2020, 4:41 pm

Rushden Lakes has announced more big names are on the way to the popular retail and leisure destination.

House Of Fraser is set to become Frasers, and will include new departments Flannels, Sports Direct, Game and USC for the first time.

Recently opened Mooch, who specialise in hand-picked gifts, cards and accessories have used their local knowledge and friendly service to become an instant hit with shoppers in the landscaped Garden Square.

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Regatta opened its doors at Rushden Lakes last week and is the perfect place to find outdoor gear.

Regatta also stocks a wide range of Craghoppers products and a collection from Dare2b, a fun, youthful outdoor brand for outdoor sports.

Coming soon, Rushden Lakes is proud to announce the forthcoming arrival of denim pioneers, Levi’s, broadband and mobile phone experts EE, and another local success story, Jurassic Grill, who specialise in family dining to excite taste buds and imaginations.

The restaurant already has a site in Kettering, which has proved popular with diners since opening in the town centre last summer.

Looking out over the water at Rushden Lakes

Opening dates will be announced shortly.

However, Levi's has been advertising roles online for the new store, with adverts saying it is due to open in November.

Senior asset manager for Rushden Lakes, Hayley Turley said: “Demand for retail and restaurant space at Rushden Lakes remains high, and we’re really excited to see these new brands joining the family.

"Rushden Lakes provides the kind of spacious shopping experience and outdoor environment that people are looking for right now.

"We have loyal local shoppers and a great mix of brands that position Rushden Lakes well for a bright future.

"We look forward to sharing more exciting news in the coming months.”

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