Published: 14:51, 09 July 2019
| Updated: 15:46, 09 July 2019
Outdoor clothing retailer Trespass is set to move into Canterbury city centre later this year.
It will take up residence in the former French Connection store which closed its doors for the final time in April.
The national chain will join the long list of outdoor retailers in city including Mountain Warehouse, Costswolds, Rohan and Blacks.
Go Outdoors also has a superstore on the Wincheap Industrial Estate.
Workers are currently kitting out the high street store next to the Beaney museum, while a planning application to erect new signage has been submitted to the city council.
An official date is yet to be released by Trespass, however an 'opening soon' sign is displayed in the window.
Selling camping gear, skiwear, hiking boots and a variety of other outdoor equipment, Trespass was founded in 1984.
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