Shoezone set to open Gainsborough store this weekend

Published on 12 October 2023, by nathan_moorley | No comments yet |

Footwear retailer shoezone is due to open its new store in Gainsborough on Saturday, October 14th. A new space at Unit 2a, Marshall’s Yard, Gainsborough, DN21 2NA, offers a huge selection for customers and an exciting range of new brands.

To celebrate the launch of the store, shoezone has a number of special offers for customers, including savings on a selection of various styles and seasonal opening offers.

From Monday to Saturday, the store will open 9 am – 5.30 pm, and 10.00 am – 4.00 pm on Sunday.

The store can be found between Browns department stores and Poundland, with parking outside the store priced at 50p for 2 hours and £1 for 4.

In the weeks following the launch, the brand new shoezone branch will continue to offer shoppers money-saving promotions. It will stock own brand styles and a huge range of exciting name-brands popular with online shoppers, such as Lotus, Heavenly Feet and Skechers.

Anthony Smith, shoezone Chief Executive said: “It’s exciting to be opening our new store in Gainsborough, which will see the launch of new brands for customers to enjoy.

“We look forward to welcoming our customers into our new store and hope they enjoy the new variety of products available.” 

Centre Manager at Marshall’s Yard, Jodie Pacey, said: “Shoezone is a fantastic addition to our lineup here at Marshall’s Yard, we know that our shoppers want choice and a wider range of footwear at the centre will be welcomed. We wish the team at the store all the best with their opening.”

You can visit the new Gainsborough store from Saturday, October 14th, and already start choosing your favourite products online at

About shoezone

We are a town centre, retail park and digital footwear retailer, offering low price and high quality footwear for the whole family. We operate from 330 stores and have approximately 2,555 employees across the UK.

Our store portfolio consists of 216 town centre stores, which stock the core shoezone product range and 70 hybrid town centre stores and 44 larger retail park stores which also stock additional brands such as Skechers, Hush Puppies and Kickers., which stocks online exclusive footwear, combined with our store network and marketplaces, ensures a full multi-channel offering for great customer service. 

During an average year we sell 14.5 million pairs of shoes per annum at an average retail price of £13.

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