Cello by Collectables opens in the former Game York store

As reported by The Press last month, home fragrance brand Cello by Collectables is set to open in the former Game Store on Church Street in the city centre.

Cello was founded in Newcastle in 1986 with a shared vision to “provide an exceptional shopping experience and create an enchanting collection of quality home fragrances”.

Cello’s products are already available from numerous independent and major retailers including John Lewis, Amazon, Wayfair and Fragrance Direct.

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York Press: Inside Cello by Collectables new York shop.jpgInside cello by collectables new york shop.jpg (Image: cello)

Managing Director David Lewis said: “We are delighted to present Cello by Collectables in the heart of York.”

“Our passion for retail, our commitment to quality and our love of creating exceptional home fragrance experiences drove us to establish Cello as a haven for those seeking aromatic indulgence.”

“We have always had a special admiration for the people of York and it has long been our desire to open a shop in this remarkable city.”

“The warmth and charm exuded by York residents and visitors inspired us to create a space where everyone can indulge in the magic of our bespoke fragrances.

“We invite everyone to join us on this exciting journey as we celebrate our love for the people of York and share the wonderful world of the cello with all who walk through our doors.”

York Press: David LewisDavid Lewis (Image: cello)

The store will employ five people and will be open Monday to Saturday from 9.30am to 5.30pm and Sunday from 11am to 5pm.

We stock a wide range of home fragrance products from incense sticks, candles and ultrasonic devices to Joma Jewellery, Indulgence, Equilibrium Jewellery, Kenji Plush Puppet Company and a wide range of Nemesis and Puckator.

York Press: Some of the brands on offerSome of the brands on offer (Image: Cello)

As reported by The Press at the time, Game York, the video game store that sells board games, new and used video games, as well as consoles, controllers and collectibles, closed on Thursday September 1 of last year.

At that time it said: “Thank you all for your support,” it said.

“Be sure to visit us before we go!”

The news came just days after TK Maxx announced it was closing its Coney Street store and making way for a Hard Rock Cafe.

Bon Marché’s Goodramgate shop also closed earlier that summer, making way for the Driffield-based Yorkshire Trading Company.

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