Hobbycraft announce a new Luton store opening

Hobbycraft, the UK’s largest arts and crafts retailer, is opening a new store in Luton on Tuesday 15th October at 9:00am. To celebrate this new store, Hobbycraft is also hosting a grand opening event on Saturday 19th October at 9:00am, with exclusive offers and exciting activities!

The new store at Luton Retail Park will create 20 new jobs in the area, following 220 applications for a variety of roles.

On Saturday 19th October, the new store will be opened by store colleagues who will assist the Deputy Mayor, Cllr Maria Lovell for the customary ribbon cutting. The first 100 customers in store will also receive a free goody bag.

Hobbycraft Luton will have the best crafting experts on hand to help customers develop their artistic skills in a creative environment. A few members of the crafting team include: paper craft expert Jo who specialises in decoupage and origami, Izumi the knitting and crochet expert who loves to express creativity through fluffy yarns, Aless who specialises in cake making, Luc who is a dab hand with a sewing machine, Michaela with her varied art skills and the resident cross stitch expert Arron.

Store manager Jake comments: “We’re really looking forward to opening the doors to our Luton store and share our passion for arts and crafts with the community. We’ve been working really hard to ensure that the store will be packed full of the most exciting crafting products, which will help our customers create handmade masterpieces. Our new colleagues are all dedicated crafters and are ready to inspire and share their knowledge with locals of all crafting abilities.”

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