B&M Hucknall Re-opens after Re-fit
Hucknall was the scene of celebration today, after the re-opening of the town's B&M store on Thursday.
The revamped Bargains store is situated in the same location as the previous store, with bigger floor space and a store refit.
Over the course of 6 weeks the store had undergone a transformation, including a size increase, before being closed for one day to allow for the finishing touches to be applied.
Visitors to the Chapel Street shop will be able to browse the retailer’s ranges of branded and own label products, including new extended sections for food and drink, homeware collections and gardening products.
Brand new items including bread, milk and other essential products have also been introduced, after feedback from customers to the store.
The newly re-opened store proves that B&M are keen to not only open new stores, but also to continue supporting the ones which are already trading.
Representatives from the Hucknall branch of Sue Ryder were invited to cut the ribbon as B&M’s Local Hero for the day – given to a charity or individual which has made an important contribution to their community.
Sue Ryder provide hospice and neurological care for people facing a frightening, life changing diagnosis.
As well as treating patients in their hospices, neurological care centres and out in the community, the charity also campaigns to improve the lives of people living with them.
They can be supported by shopping in their charity store, which is conveniently located in the Byron Centre.
In addition to cutting the store’s ribbon, the representatives also received £250 worth of B&M vouchers as a thank you for taking part.
The opening day fun was extended after the ribbon cutting, with a face painter helping to create memories for the first lucky customers.