B&M Airdrie Reopens after Revamp
Shoppers in Airdrie were in for a treat on Friday after the re-opening of the town’s B&M store.
The revamped store now boasts a bigger & better shopping experience for locals, with an internal makeover to improve the shopping experience.
Still based at Unit 1 on the Airdrie Retail Park, the Bargain store’s opening was attended by some familiar community faces.
Representatives from St Andrews Hospice were chosen by store colleagues as their Local Hero to take part in the re-opening ceremony.
The hospice provides specialist palliative care services, including the total care of patients who require complex symptom management and or end-of-life care
It is open to all, and is Lanarkshire's only Specialist Hospice, providing multidisciplinary support for patients, their families, and carers.
As a thank you for attending the re-opening, the hospice also received £250 worth of B&M vouchers.
Also present on opening day was Provost James Robertson, who helped to create a memorable moment for the Airdrie locals.
The revamped Airdrie store is yet further proof of B&M’s role as one of the fastest growing variety retailers in the UK – as they look set to keep improving older stores alongside opening new ones.