Annaliz Vintage has expanded into 1,700 sq ft on the ground floor of the Old County Court in Church Road, Redditch, Worcestershire, and plans to open a new café in the former bailiffs’ office.
The specialist vintage goods retailer was set up in 2007 when Liz Williams and Ann Bush started visiting car boot sales, progressing on to stands at collectables, curios and vintage fairs before renting space in The Old Needle Works in Redditch 12 months ago.
Ashley Gurr, corporate and commercial property partner at neighbouring Kerwoods Solicitors in Church Road, advised them on the new two-year lease, while Ben Truslove of Redditch property agents John Truslove introduced them to the property.
The move has already created one job, with another likely when the new Bailiffs Café is up and running.
Liz Williams said: “The Old County Court is a lovely building which is rediscovering its purpose. Having a town centre location can only increase footfall, especially when we have fully opened Bailiffs Café.”
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