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John Lewis Opening in Tunbridge Wells - Social Event

PUBLISHED: 16:16 21 December 2010 | UPDATED: 18:18 20 February 2013

Gabby Armstrong, branch manager of John Lewis at home Tunbridge Wells

Gabby Armstrong, branch manager of John Lewis at home Tunbridge Wells

The eagerly anticipated new John Lewis at home store has opened its doors to customers in Tunbridge Wells and branch manager Gabby Armstrong was joined by pupils from St Matthew's High Brooms Primary School for the official ribbon cutting...

The eagerly anticipated new John Lewis at home store has opened its doors to customers in Tunbridge Wells and branch manager Gabby Armstrong was joined by pupils from St Matthews High Brooms Primary School for the official ribbon cutting.

Its the fourth branch of John Lewiss at home format after successful openings in Poole in 2009 and Croydon and Swindon in 2010.The John Lewis at home shop focuses exclusively on furniture, homewares, furnishing accessories, electrical and home technology and has an attractive customer caf.

The quality product assortment includes ranges from some of the UKs leading designers, includingOrla Kiely, Designers Guild, Clarissa Hulse and Sir Terence Conran.

John Lewis at home, Kingstanding Way, Tunbridge Wells TN2 3UP. 01892 506830.


Images: Andrew Bakerwww.andrewbakerphotographer.com

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