Here at Rockett Home Rentals, we pride ourselves on being a top local resource for everyone living and working in or around The Potteries.
That said, we thought we'd fill you in on the latest from the Trentham Gardens shopping village expansion - namely, the new places you can enjoy and explore.
So, without further ado, here are our new Trentham top picks...
Having recently made the move from Hanley, Terraces Junior is a fine purveyor of designer clothing for kids. You'll find the best of British and international brands here, as well as exceptional standards of customer service.
A firm Potteries favourite, Klass' new Trentham store promises an eclectic selection of women's wear from dress and jumpsuits to shoes and cover-ups.
Originally based in Newcastle under Lyme High Street, Milly & Roses is looking to make a huge impact at Trentham. If you're looking for one-of-a-kind furniture, artwork or ornaments for your home, you won't be disappointed.
A welcome addition to the Trentham Estate, A Major Music Supplies is not only Staffordshire’s premier sheet music specialist, but it also offers a host of accessories, spare parts, brass and woodwind instruments and electronic keyboards for both the budding and the seasoned music maestro.
Expanding its empire to Trentham Estate, Riedel offers an incredible selection of high-quality wine glasses and hardware for the modern connoisseur - and word on the street it, the store is going to be modelled on its Austrian headquarters, in Kufstein.
Adding to the striking mix of Trentham shopping options, this feel good kind of store is perfect for anyone looking for a full fix of health and whole foods that not only make you feel great but actually taste nice too.
Pavers boasts a whopping 150 years in the shoe business, so if you're looking for comfortable, long lasting footwear, you're in good hands here. The store stocks a huge range of top class footwear for men and women and every staff member is both friendly and knowledgeable - a winning combo in our book.
Excited? Get yourself down to Trentham and shop until you drop. If you have any suggestions of your own, feel free to share them with us by leaving a comment. And for more interesting information on The Potteries, check out our little secret, that’s not really a secret anymore.