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Flood stricken Trespass store re-opens in Keswick

Trespass Keswick
Trespass Keswick

[D]ecember 2015 saw storm ‘Desmond’ roll in bringing with it over 3m of rainfall in just 24 hours to the Lake District. Thousands were affected across the North of England and Scotland. The Trespass Keswick staff and store fell victim to the deluge too.

Since then however, as with all the flood victims in the area, Trespass rallied. The clear out began straight away and an in-depth re-design of the store began in ernest.

Investment has been substantial, but they feel that it was needed to bring a new improved Trespass store to such an iconic outdoor loving town.

This spring the Trespass store is re-born and with it a completely new look reflecting the strong outdoor ethos of the company.

Timing of the store opening couldn’t be any better, with the re-opening of the A591 road between Grasmere and Keswick, improving access for everyone in the area.

This Saturday 14th May, pay them a visit at the all-new Trespass store on the corner at Tithebarn Street, Keswick.

To celebrate Trespass will have unique discounts and the children can say ‘hello’ to Tony the Trespass bear. We look forward to seeing you in our new home.

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