More retail and hospitality names revealed for shopping and leisure centre
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Trinity Leeds is welcoming nine new arrivals to the centre.
They include Japanese-inspired lifestyle brand MINISO, independent pop-up Curated Makers, interactive learning centre MathsCity, restaurant Burgamoré – Italian Street Food, cosmetic specialists Laser Clinics, premium beauty retailer Space NK, a Bike Park, a new Leeds United Store and a student hub called The Study.
The MINISO store is the first in Yorkshire, and offers tech, toys, fashion, stationery, home and beauty products, with new launches every month and partnerships with popular brand such as Marvel, Disney and We Bare Bears.
Meanwhile, the Curated Makers pop-up shop brings 35 local makers and artists to Trinity Leeds.
It gives customers a chance to “shop small” in the run-up to Christmas, with handmade products from local makers from Leeds and Yorkshire, including candles from Golden Hour Co, wellbeing kits from Mind&Full, statement jewellery from Silly Loaf, landmark prints from Art by Arjo, and pieces by Leeds Arts University graduate Millie Rothera – a print designer with a passion for colour and textiles.
MathsCity offers a new experience for visitors at Trinity Leeds, taking a hands-on approach to maths with interactive displays including a giant bubble, kaleidoscope, puzzle challenges and 30 exhibits for all the family.
Launched by the charity MathsWorldUK, it aims to give people of all ages and backgrounds the opportunity to take their first step into the real-life world of maths in a fun environment.
Food fans can enjoy tasty treats from new arrival Burgamoré – Italian Street Food, with a menu that combines authentic Italian pizza, pasta and burgers to create a unique menu, with plenty of vegan and halal options.
Whites fans can make the most of the new Leeds United retail superstore, which is now open on Marcelo Bielsa Way.
Moving from its previous location, the store is now significantly bigger, spread across two floors and covering 10,000 sq ft – similar in size to the official Leeds United store at Elland Road.
A dedicated student-only space called The Study has also launched, offering a free space for students to work alone or collaboratively, with free Wi-Fi and work stations, aimed at Freshers, undergraduates, post-graduates, and school and college students.
Cosmetic specialists Laser Clinics has joined the line-up, providing laser hair removal services, skin treatments including microdermabrasion and LED light therapy, and non-invasive cosmetic injectable treatments.
Cyclists can take advantage of a new Bike Park located at the top of Albion Street near Boots, where guests can park their bikes for free from 8.30am to 7.30pm every day.
And beauty retailer Space NK has joined Trinity Leeds after relocating from the Victoria Quarter, with a new 1,700 sq ft store selling brands such as Charlotte Tilbury, Elemis, Laura Mercier, Nars, and Anastasia Beverly Hills.
David Maddison, centre director at Trinity Leeds, said: “We’re very excited to welcome such a diverse range of new names to Trinity Leeds, giving shoppers even more choice in the run-up to the festive season.”