KILGETTY: Youngsters open revamped village store
7:47pm Friday 27th May 2011 in News
Local youngsters took on star status last Thursday when they officially opened the £210,000 new-look Co-operative food store in Kilgetty.
Youngsters from Stepaside Primary School cut the ribbon with store manager Chris Perkins to mark the occasion. The school will receive a donation of £200.
“As a community retailer it is appropriate we involve the community in our special events and we are delighted our local school is playing a central role in the relaunch of our store,” said Chris.
The investment in Kilgetty will transform the store, with new signage and décor, a new kiosk, and repairs to the building, all ensuring a more pleasant shopping experience for people picking up their groceries locally. Popular services such as photocopying, The National Lottery and Paypoint will remain.
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