Latest News | 23 November 2022

Revitalised shopping village welcomes new arrivals

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Peak Village, which is owned by the Devonshire Group, has welcomed a brace of new arrivals.

Derbyshire-based Coghlans’s Food and Wine Experience has opened a new store at the Rowsley shopping centre, while national fashion and homewares brand Joules has also taken space.

Coghlan’s Food and Wine Experience Centre is aiming to bring a new concept to Derbyshire and the UK.

Alongside its selection of wines, champagne, and specialist foods, Coghlans will host an ongoing programme of events in its wine and food workshop.

Its ‘Meet the Producers’ events, wine courses and team building events aim to bring individuals and groups up close to guest chefs, as well as artisan food producers of premium quality cheese, honey, coffee and more.

And its wine workshops will include tastings, wine and food pairing, and insights into wine production.

Both stores opened in early November in time for the Christmas season at Peak Village, which officially starts this weekend.

Lighting up that opening weekend will be an indoor pop-up market, outdoor street food vendors and live festive entertainment.

The new store openings follow on from other openings over the past few months, with more expected early in the new year.

Since spring, the site has added Wild Olive, Lambs Cakes and Bakes, Garden World, Grape Tree and the new modern dining concept Chatsworth Kitchen, which have all proven popular with visitors and driven increased footfall.

Significant investment over the past 18 months has enabled Peak Village to continue growing following its purchase last year by the Devonshire Group, the company that represents the interests of the Devonshire family at nearby Chatsworth.

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