Monthly Archives: February 2013

Housing minister urges town centres to use pop up shops

Mark Prisk, Minister for Housing, has urged Town Teams to use pop up shops to boost flagging high streets. Showcasing the Government’s first pop up shop within the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) office building in London, Mr … Continue reading

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PopUp Britain’s first pop up shop outside of London

Launching this week is the first pop up shop managed by PopUp Britain outside of London.  The pop up is based in Moreton-Marsh in Gloucestershire and will offer 12 small businesses the chance to trial their companies in a retail … Continue reading

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Bluesky Pie

Making a difference to the lives of homeless people in Folkstone, community music company Bluesky Pie is running a pop up shop at 67 Old High Street from Saturday until 23rd February. In aid of the Folkstone Churches Winter Shelter, … Continue reading

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Swatch pop up project shop

Swatch opened a pop up project store on 26th January on Oxford Street, London, featuring the brand’s Spring/Summer collection and a new campaign to launch the newest addition to their collection. The ‘True Love Has Nothing To Hide’ campaign is … Continue reading

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