Newlife is all set to open the doors to its brand new Yardley store, giving savvy shoppers from across the region the chance to bag a bargain.
Yardley will be the seventh opening in Newlife’s portfolio of popular fashion stores, located on the Yew Tree Retail Park, Birmingham, next to the Central England Co-op convenience store.
The store, which covers an area of 4620 square feet and offers free customer parking, opens its doors to the public on Friday, October 18 and will trade seven days a week with late night opening.
Fully stocked with ladies, men’s and children’s clothing, shoes and accessories, Newlife Yardley will give anyone with a passion for fashion the chance to look amazing and keep up with the latest trends, whatever their budget.
Harjinder Samra, Newlife’s Head of Retail said: “This is a really exciting new development and we have high hopes the Yardley Store will attract not only new customers from across Birmingham, but some of our existing customers who struggle to get to the Cannock SuperStore as they travel from up to 50 miles away. We’re expecting Newlife Yardley to attract customers from across the Birmingham area and beyond.”
Newlife is a unique kind of retailer; all profits generated from the sale of excess retail stock funds Newlife’s core care services that provide essential equipment and support for thousands of disabled and terminally ill children across the UK.
Newlife is partnered with over two hundred high-street retailers and manufacturers, managing excess products – clothing, footwear and accessories. All original labels are removed so customers get a fantastic mix of ranges and styles from across the high street all under one roof, with new products added to the sales floor every day.
Harjinder added: “Although our profits help to support the charity, we are most definitely not a charity shop, or indeed a factory shop operation. The way we style the interior of our stores and merchandise our products is no different to the high-street fashion brands’ we sell.
“Shopping at Newlife is therefore good for the pocket, good for the environment and helps ease the pain and suffering of thousands of disabled children every year.”
To find out more about Newlife visit the website: www.newlifecharity.co.uk