Despite challenging conditions for the retail sector, Kitchens Cookshop on Quiet Street in Bath has unveiled a new look store.
The Kitchens Cookshop brand was saved from administration by Gloucestershire based cookware specialists ProCook, as part of an acquisition of previous parent company Steamer Trading.
The acquisition in January saved 330 jobs across the UK, including all 13 jobs in the long-standing Bath store which has been part of the fabric of the town for over 50 years.
Kitchens Cookshop first appeared on Quiet Street in 1978 and established itself as the go-to destination for the very best in kitchenware and cookware, serving both home cooks and local chefs and restaurants.
Brands available in the store include Robert Welch, Emma Bridgewater, Cuisinart and Joseph Joseph, as well as stylish new ranges from ProCook.
As part of ProCook’s commitment to continue building on the product range within store, customers will benefit from a boost of over 1,200 new cookware and tableware products.
Daniel O’Neill, owner of ProCook, said, “We are delighted to have this much-loved store in our portfolio and see it as a fantastic opportunity for Kitchens Cookshop and ProCook to grow both brands. Our focus for Kitchens Cookshop will continue to be on providing excellent value for money, great service and innovative high-quality kitchenware.”