The St David’s Partnership, the owner of St David’s Cardiff, has announced the launch of three pop-ups for locally-based businesses, all opening in time for the Christmas trading period, including a trio of breweries, a bakery, and a festive jeweller.
A trio of breweries rom South Wales, comprised of Cold Black Label, Brecon Brewing and Lithic Brewing, have come together to provide an enormous range of beers to St David’s customers, from a single kiosk outside The White Company and Kurt Geiger.
Sheffs, a merge of Cymru Confectionery and Shelly’s Shorties, is taking a 714-sq ft store on the Lover Grande Arcade with a stock of freshly made shortbread, an array of flavoured fudge, and confectionery .
And local-led festive store, A Welsh Christmas is to open in a ,557 sq ft shop offering a selection of Welsh-made products, from jewellery, to stocking fillers, and bespoke decorations.
Speaking on behalf of the St David’s Partnership, John Bloomer, national kiosk leasing manager at Landsec, commented: “South Wales is home to many independent brands that are loved by the community, so we take great pleasure in supporting these businesses and providing retail space within St David’s, alongside the biggest names in global retail. As we approach Christmas, these new regional entrants to St David’s bring a range of local products to meet the demands of thoughtful giving over the festive season.”
Landsec acted for the St David’s Partnership, all brands dealt direct.