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Havren Launching in Beales and Browns of Beverley:
Featuring a selection of dresses, occasion wear and everyday separates, Havren offers the ultimate in feminine, and easy to wear, wardrobe-building classics and will be a welcome addition to the market town’s department store.
The Head of Concessions at Beales said, “We are very excited to be welcoming Havren into Beales and look forward to showcasing such a beautiful collection of striking prints and colours which we truly believe our customers will love, just as much as us.”
Now in its fourth season, the brand focuses on the season’s key trends and the design-led collection features Hero Prints, Embellishment and beautiful textures combined with natural Luxe Fibres; Cotton, Linen and Silk.
Havren has already launched a stylish ecommerce website and early next month Havren will be launching in the following stores;
Beales of Horsham
Beales of Bournemouth
Beales of Worthing
Beales of Southport
Beales has a long and illustrious history and was one of the founding names of the department store movement. The doors opened in Bournemouth in 1881 and our flagship store still occupies the original site. The founder John Elmes was also Mayor of the town and this is no doubt why Beales has always made a significant contribution to community life. A proud tradition which continues today in all the towns where the Beales Family of Stores are a landmark presence.
In the late 60s, sensing the consumer boom, Beales began a programme of expansion starting in neighbouring Poole and opening or acquiring stores in Winchester, Worthing and Horsham and as far afield as Yeovil, Bedford and Hexham.
As well as an exclusive launch in Browns Beverley.
The stunning market town of Beverley has beauty in abundance. With an awe-inspiring Minster, historical buildings, cobbled streets, and small town charm, there is something for everyone.
You will find Beverley has an upmarket shopping experience amongst cobbled streets and charming courtyards. In addition there is an interesting selection of smaller independent shops, an antique arcade and the Saturday market is delightful for a weekend browse.
The town centre is bordered by cosmopolitan pavement cafes, quirky cafes and cosy coffee shops. There is fine dining in many flavours including smoke house and sushi.
With so much to do and see and many places to stay Beverley is the perfect place to spend more than a day.