A new jewellers opens its doors in Preston city centre

Posted on - 22nd April, 2017 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Business, Preston City Centre, Preston News

Church Jewellers in Preston

A new Jewellers has opened its doors at Winckley Street, in Preston city centre.


Church Jewellers is a well established chain in the heart of Lancashire with its first shop having originally opened in Ormskirk.

They have been trading in the town for seven years but have more than 20 years experience in the industry.

It is an independent family-run business and they are excited about the opening of their new store in the city of Preston.

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The Jewellers specialise in bespoke gold and diamond jewellery, along with a grand selection of engagement and wedding rings.

Church Jewellers also offer repairs on jewellery and watches.

A selection of rings available at Church Jewellers in Preston

They have both new and pre-owned items available.

Patrick O’donnell, who owns the Jewellers, and Chris Finch who helps run the store are excited to return to their hometown after both having previously work for another established jewellers in town may years ago.

Chris Finch, who runs the Jewellers, and is from Preston, said:

“We are called Church, as we have another shop in Ormskirk called Church Street Jewellers so we wanted to keep the link to the two businesses.

“We’ve been in the trade for over 20 years and having worked for another established jewellers in the city we have always wanted a Preston shop.

“It’s great to be back in our home City!”

“We are quite proud in the fact that we’ve got a store in our hometown and the nicest street in Preston!”

Inside Church Jewellers in Preston

Chris described Church Jewellers as a relaxed and non-pushy environment.

You can see for yourself by visiting Church Jewellers at 8a Winckley Street.

Will you be visiting Church Jewellers? Have you visited Preston City Centre recently? Let us know in the comments below

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