The Antiques Centre at Gloucester Docks, recently acquired by new owners Evan Maindonald and Raine Thurston, is undergoing a radical set of changes aimed at making the Centre more attractive to customers.
In addition to removing the weekend door charge, the new owners have started investing in improvements to smarten up the presentation of the centre.
The new owners have decided to reinforce these changes by extending the Centre's opening hours - until 7pm - on the two Thursdays leading up to Christmas, the 14th and 21st of December as well as on Friday the 22nd of December.The centre will also be open on Saturday the 23rd of December.Evan Maindonald, Managing Director of Gloucester Antiques Centre, said "We've replaced all of the old dilapidated checkout areas with new desks, we've bought in other new furniture and we've also started to re-vamp the signage for the building.
Raine Thurston said "Evan
and I are committed to the future of the Antiques
Centre as a tourist attraction and shopping experience in the docks.