A Bradford shopping centre has been boosted by two retailers moving in.

Suit Direct Clearance Outlet and Berries Bagels & Shakes have both opened up at Kirkgate Shopping in Kirkgate.

Based on Westgate Mall, the temporary Suit Direct Clearance Outlet sells quality men’s clothing from brands including Racing Green, Red Herring and Ben Sherman.

Suit Direct has more than 20 stores throughout the UK including in Gretna in Scotland and Wembley.

David Basterfield, retail director at Suit Direct, said the firm is pleased to have opened up its latest site in Bradford and has also brought jobs to the city.

He said: “We are thrilled to have the shop up and running at Kirkgate Shopping.

“The value proposition our Suit Direct Clearance Outlets offers is already proving to be a big hit in the centre.

“We sell quality, branded men’s clothing at a great price point, what’s not to love?

“We have also taken on three members of staff for the branch too.”

Meanwhile, Berries Bagels & Shakes, which also has a site in Great Horton Road, Bradford, is located in the centre of the lower mall at Kirkgate Shopping and offers a selection of fresh bagels and milkshakes.

Nora Veisa, store manager at Berries Bagels & Shakes, said: “We are so happy to have our cafe up and running at Kirkgate Shopping.

“Our location is ideal for those looking to refresh and refuel during their shopping trip or day out.

“We are known for our iconic bagels and milkshakes and can’t wait for more people to try them out.”

Catherine Riley, centre manager at Kirkgate Shopping, said the two new stores will further enhance the offering for shoppers at the site.

She said: “It’s fantastic to welcome both Suit Direct Clearance Outlet and Berries Bagels & Shakes to the centre, offering our customers even more fashion and refreshment options.”

Kirkgate Shopping has more than 50 stores including High Street names Argos, Primark and Poundland.

It opened in 1976 following a £4 million investment and was refurbished in 2000 which included new flooring, newly positioned escalators and new signage.

The centre is open from Monday to Saturday between 9am and 5.30pm and on Sunday from 10.30am to 4.30pm. It also has a 600-space car park in Godwin Street.

Last year the centre received the People’s Parking accreditation, a scheme which works to improve car parks for the needs of customers.