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Growth Leads to City Centre Shop Move

[K]ath’s Curtains, which supplies consumers and businesses with curtains, blinds, poles, tracks, cushions and much more has announced that due to exceptional growth they will be moving from their current shop location in Denton Holme where it has been situated since March 2000 to its new shop at 9 West Tower Street, situated next to the market which was formally occupied by Peter Tyson.

The relocation comes as a result of the company’s exceptional growth over the past few years, which has already seen the workforce increase and due to the city centre move the workforce is set to increase yet again, providing more jobs for people in Carlisle.  Part of this success has come from increasing amount of contract work being awarded for Lake District hotels, care homes and new housing estates.

The business was established 22 years ago in 1996 by Kath Goddard, who still runs the business. With over 2,000 fabric samples available, Kath’s Curtains has one of the most extensive ranges to choose from in the North of England. Relocation means the business can now progress with its positive business plans for further growth and development.

Proprietor Kath Goddard comments: “The relocation of our shop to 9 West Tower Street is the commencement of an exciting year for us in 2018. Kath’s Curtains continues to go from strength to strength and the move is down to many factors but increasingly we have been awarded a large amount of business from our contract side of the business. We’ve outgrown our existing premises and this move is an exciting new development for us.

“Our new shop will enable us to provide even higher levels of service excellence for our customers and also gives us room for even further expansion with increases in staff levels. The move is the latest improvement of our business. We have already invested significantly in new equipment and recent redesign work to our business logo and business branding, our next focus will be a redesign of our website which we look forward to.”

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