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Re-launch for Moreton-in-Marsh Co-op store
The Co-op Late Shop convenience store on the High Street, Moreton in Marsh in the Cotswolds was re-launched at 9am on Friday 2nd December 2005, following a refurbishment.
The new-look store offers the very latest in convenience retail with an extended range of fresh foods and ready meals, plus breads, cakes and pastries baked fresh on the premises. There is a wide range of wines, beers and lagers and also newspapers and magazines on sale.
New fittings and fixtures include refrigeration, flooring plus a new ceiling and lighting.
The store is owned and run by The Midcounties Co-operative and opening hours are 8am – 8pm, Monday to Saturday and 8am – 6pm each Sunday
Store manager, Diana Adams said : We are delighted to launch our refurbished store. This will be a really bright, up-to-date store, focusing on convenience and service. Also, don't forget, the Co-op is different; we are member owned co-operative Society and encourage local people that use the store have to buy a £1 share, join the Society and become a co-owner of the business.
Photo : Pointing the way to the new Co-op store in Moreton-in-Marsh are district council vice-chairman and Moreton town councillor, Ben Jeffrey. Pictured with him is store manager Diana Adams. Photo provided by Pixmedia
: 06/12/2005 14:34:16
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