Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Full house for Flying Horse Walk

Nottingham’s Flying Horse Walk has reached full occupancy with the arrival of Brik Barbershop in June and the imminent opening of Gigi Bottega, set to start trading in September.

The mother and daughter team behind the newest business to join the Flying Horse Walk, Debra and Gabriella Trivigno of Gigi Bottega, said: “We’ve designed our shop to have a stripped back feel, making the most of the original features the 14th Century building we’re in has to offer.

“We wanted to go for a very Italian feel. Italy is synonymous with high quality fashionwear and the majority of the designers we will be stocking are based there.”

Other newcomers to the Flying Horse Walk include Pearl Boutique and Brew Cavern.

Matt Revill, surveyor at property consultants FHP, said: “There was a lot of interest in the space available, the units are very popular in this area and it’s a great place for businesses to thrive.”

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