EAGLES Meadow has announced who will be moving into the former M&S site in Wrexham. 

The site in the city centre has today (April 8) confirmed that outlet clothing and home store Rebuild with Hope will be moving into the former M&S unit. 

Marks and Spencer's moved out of the site at Eagles Meadow last year before opening a new food hall on the Plas Coch Retail Park. 

The new store will offer a "wide selection of fashionable clothing, sportswear, stylish home goods, beauty products and accessories at unbeatable prices", providing shoppers with huge savings of up to 70% off High Street prices.

Josh Price, centre manager said: “We are thrilled to announce the arrival of our new outlet store Rebuild with Hope. We are excited to bring a fresh new retail concept to the heart of the community, with massive savings on a range of high street and household name brands.

The Leader: Josh Price, centre manager, Eagles Meadow, WrexhamJosh Price, centre manager, Eagles Meadow, Wrexham (Image: Eagles Meadow)

“This is the latest in our new tenant line-up to continue our diverse range of high-quality products and exceptional value that is offered here at Eagles Meadow, Wrexham’s premier shopping and leisure destination."


Rebuild with Hope offers high-street brands with discounts of up to 70 percent, selling homewares, men and women's clothing, gifts, accessories, toys and children's clothing.

CEO Louise Atherton added: "This expansion aligns with our mission to support individuals facing barriers to employment.

"Building on the success of our other stores in North West England we are eager to witness the continued growth of our charity and its impact on the community.”