We may be counting down to Christmas but we are counting up the investment into Putney town centre recently. Long-awaited businesses have now opened and here is the low-down on recent investments that have been made in Putney…
The much awaited MetroBank’s Putney branch opened on Friday 7th December. Everyone was invited to their two-day long opening party; residents, local businesses, families and even canines. Celebrations kicked off at 8am on Friday and there was something for everyone including free manicures, face-painting, music, popcorn and stilt walkers. People driving past were compelled to beep their horns. Check out all their services here.
We have also seen Barclays reopening this month with enhanced services and business suites on the first floor. Pop into their branch along Putney High Street and ask one of their supervisors for a tour and to guide you through their support and personal banking services.
Trespass, an outdoor clothing store, opened on Tuesday 4th December (taking over the old Maplin site) just in time for those winter needs, specialising in ski wear, waterproof jackets, fleece coats, walking boots and camping gear. Check out their new store and keep them in mind this Christmas for your outdoor-loving family and friends.
Le Fez had a spectacular opening party on Saturday 1st December boasting their new ‘Le Jardin’ bar area, completely remodelled with luxurious seating areas and equipped with singing waiting staff to deliver some of their specially crafted cocktails to you and your friends . Why not stay and enjoy their live entertainment in their new French inspired show-club? New investment has gone into bringing a different nightclub experience to Putney, check out their new events here.
Have you also noticed a new addition right outside Putney station? The Sampler opened in November offering 80 wines to sample before you buy from their great selection.
The Positively Putney team look forward to welcoming new businesses to the local area and to recognising further investment into Putney High Street.