Eurochange now open at Bell Court
Foreign exchange experts, Eurochange, has opened a new branch at Bell Court in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Having previously been located in Bell Court, the Bureau de Change closed in May 2016 to allow for work to be done at the development. It has now reopened in a new location at the Wood Street entrance to Bell Court, next door to what will be the entrance to popular tourist attraction, Magic Alley.
John Stacey, Asset Management Director at UK & European Investments, the owners of Bell Court said: “It’s great to welcome Eurochange back to Bell Court. They provide a much-needed service and are a popular choice for many when going on holiday. They will further diversify the offer at Bell Court and provide yet another reason for people to visit.”
Giles Custerson, Managing Director at Eurochange, said: “It’s great to see the improvements at Bell Court since we closed our doors in 2016. The changes to the public realm and the new retailers and restaurants that are now open seem to have made a world of difference.
“At Eurochange, we have over 40 years’ experience in foreign exchange and offer commission-free travel money on over 70 currencies, as well as an international payments service that allows customers to transfer funds to over 190 countries. We’re very excited to be coming back to Bell Court, joining the new community and offering a valuable foreign exchange service.”
Both Magic Alley and Seasalt Cornwall are also set to open at Bell Court in the coming months, joining Everyman cinema, Farringdon and Forbes, Bardia’s, The Naildressers and The Browstudio along with multiple bars and restaurants.
Bell Court is a high quality retail and leisure destination at the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon. Following an extensive refurbishment, Bell Court now boasts new seating, lighting and landscaping, as well as a green living wall and bespoke artwork.
Further information about Bell Court can be found on the development’s Facebook (BellCourtStratford), Twitter (BellCourtLife) and Instagram (BellCourtStratford) pages. A new website is also due to be launched next month.