Shoppers went wild at Lakeside Village earlier this month, when The Body Shop Outlet store officially opened its doors to the public.
The team from Lakeside Village’s new Body Shop Outlet, with Cheryl Williams of the Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation (centre)
Cheryl Williams, Chief Executive of the Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation cut the green ribbon, announcing the store as open as of Saturday 10 December.
The store, which offers naturally-inspired skincare, body care and make-up prides itself on its ethical beauty products, all of which are 100 per cent vegetarian and never tested on animals.
Kerry Foulds, store manager at the new Lakeside Village outlet, said: “It’s great to be open and trading here in Doncaster. The Body Shop is a well-known and respected name, and we’re sure our outlet store will be a success.
“Our whole reputation is built on creating naturally-inspired, ethical products, so we were delighted to join forces with the Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation to officially launch the store – a fellow organisation that’s committed to the welfare and conservation of animals.”
Cheryl Williams, Chief Executive of the Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation, said: “It’s fantastic to see stores such as The Body Shop Outlet arriving at Lakeside Village and declaring their support for animal welfare and ethically-sourced products.”
The store joins 45 other famous-name stores at Lakeside Village, including Clarks, Gap Outlet, Next Outlet, Sports Direct and M&S Outlet.
John Magee, centre manager at Lakeside Village said: “The Body Shop Outlet is a wonderful addition to Lakeside Village, especially with Christmas just around the corner.
“We’re delighted to welcome Kerry and her team to the centre and look forward to working with them to deliver fantastic value to our customers.”
For further information about Lakeside Village visit www.lakeside-village.co.uk