British lifestyle clothing brand Weird Fish is planning to open ten new stores next yea r- and an historic market town in Suffolk could be on the list. 

Weird Fish opened eight stores this year, bringing its total to 29 shops in the UK. 

There are currently outlets in Southwold and Aldeburgh. 

In an interview with Drapers, managing director John Stockton said: "We looked specifically for resort locations where people don't only go to shop but they are going for the weekend or vacations."

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The business is looking to expand further by opening 10 stores next year with a focus on cities and market towns. 

"We are starting to look at market towns more so places like Bury St Edmunds as well as small cities with good footfall," said Mr Stockton. 

Weird Fish was founded 30 years ago and says it aims to produce well-priced, well made, and distinctive clothes. 

The company markets itself as a lifestyle clothing retailer aimed at adults.