One of Broadway’s most iconic buildings is about to take on a new lease of life.

The Man Cave will soon move into Dickens House on High Street, having occupied Cotswold Court since launching in 2017.

The shop offers quirky items, from retro arcade machines to car parts transformed into artwork.

Owner Julian Lloyd, 45, had been planning to expand for quite some time before the pandemic scuppered his plans.

He said: “Since reopening we’ve found peoples’ shopping habits have totally changed, and stunning villages such as Broadway have become a destination for shoppers looking for an enjoyable shopping experience.

“When we heard that Dickens House was available, we didn’t hesitate and managed to acquire the lease very quickly.

“It is the most stunning building with an incredible history dating back to the 1600s, it was the original entrance to the famous Gordon Russell furniture factory.

“We’re incredibly excited and honoured to be moving into the property and sharing TMC Broadway Mk2 with everyone!”

He added: “We are quickly filling all three floors with some incredibly cool pieces including an 8ft tall life-size horse made out of car parts!

“The middle floor will be a man cave including a pool table, arcade machines, chill out area with sofas… our customers won’t want to leave!

“TMC isn’t just a shop, it is a destination for people to come to relax and enjoy the coolest shop ever!”

Mr Lloyd moved to the village with his wife, Emma, 18 years ago.

Since then, the couple have launched several enterprises, including The Bridal Room.

Mr Lloyd added: “I genuinely believe we are lucky enough to live in one of the most beautiful villages and have a fantastic selection of lovely independently owned shops, however pretty much all of them cater for the ladies!

“We felt it was time to shake things up and make shopping more of an experience. TMC was designed not only as a cool shop for people to come and enjoy, but also as a destination where everyone could come to find a special or unusual gift for the guys in their lives.”

Until now, the store has been a family affair, with children Lucy and Jack helping out.

However, the expansion will create two jobs.

TMC Mk2 will launch in a couple of weeks and there are no plans to close the original site, in Cotswold Court.