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Fizz Bomb moves to the Wheatsheaf Centre

Date published: 15 February 2019


Fizz Bomb, which sells a range of Bomb cosmetics and Yankee Candles, officially opened at its new premises in the Wheatsheaf Shopping Centre on Tuesday (12 February).

Husband and wife team, Mark and Lauren Jones, opened their first shop ‘Yankee Heaven’ in Littleborough, but expanded their business into Rochdale town centre with the opening of ‘Fizz Bomb’ on Drake Street in November 2017.

Mark Foxley, Wheatsheaf Centre Manger, said: “We are delighted to introduce Fizz Bomb to the Wheatsheaf, such a fantastic product range with great appeal to young and old.

“Fizz Bomb is a fine local independent and we look forward to welcoming their many loyal customers, and of course creating many new."

Paul Ambrose, Rochdale Town Centre Manager, said: "It’s great to see Fizz Bomb committing to the town centre and The Wheatsheaf.

“Yet another positive sign that our town centre is moving in the right direction, and with the new Riverside development around the corner, it shows that Rochdale is a place to be.”

 

Fizz Bomb's new shop in the Wheatsheaf Shopping Centre

 

Mr Jones said: “We wanted to move closer to the town centre in preparation of the new shopping complex opening next year.

“The move will help us by getting noticed more, being in a popular area of town.

“Just follow your nose to find us.”

Fizz Bomb is located near the Yorkshire Street entrance on the lower floor of the Wheatsheaf Shopping Centre.

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