Late night opening in Penzance's quirky Chapel Street
THE eclectic mix of retailers, galleries and eateries in Penzance’s Chapel Street have joined forces in the lead up to Christmas and are opening until 7pm on Thursdays.
Keen to create more of a buzz in the street, most establishments are participating in the late night opening and offering incentives to entice shoppers down its historic pathways.
For example vintage furniture studio Daisy Laing is offering 10 per cent off selected items as are Steckfensters – the purveyors of all things quirky and second hand.
To warm your cockles you can enjoy a tipple of sherry in ladies private room, Boudoir, then stop off at The Assay House for 10 per cent off all food between 5 and 7pm.
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Also confirmed to be offering a discount are East of Here and Pin Up Boutique.
The link up has been spearheaded by Emily of Pure Nuff Stuff who is also offering a 10 per cent discount off her delectable hand-made, natural body care range.
“Chapel Street has so much to offer, but not everyone can make it here before 5pm so we have to more flexible,” said Emily.
“We have even more plans for Christmas, there are so many creative people here, we hope to make this year very special.”
Other retailers that have confirmed they will be staying open late are Also, Akasha, Iriss, Annella, Books, Newlyn Books, QTec Computers, Penzance Books, The Lost and Found and The Tradstract Gallery. Watch this space for confirmation of further establishments opening late and exciting plans for the festive period which will make Chapel Street even more of a 'must visit' destination in the weeks to come.