Central England Co-op invests £67k in revamping Barton food store
Central England Co-operative has opened the doors to its refurbished food store in Barton under Needwood following a major investment.
The store has been given a £67,000 makeover to provide its members and customers with an improved shopping experience.
The transformation has allowed for a range of improvements including extending beer, wine and spirit chiller cabinets, the installation of new flooring and lighting and a new colour scheme.
Barton under Needwood Store Manager Tony Wills said: “Our team has been so excited. The revamp looks fantastic and already customers have been making many positive comments about how it looks.
“I would like to thank our members and customers for their patience during the refurbishment and I hope they enjoy the changes as much as we do.
“All of us here at Crowberry Lane Food Store are proud to be part of such a great community in Barton and are looking forward to welcoming customers, new and old, to come and enjoy our food store.”
The Crowberry Lane Food Store is open 7am to 10pm Monday to Sunday.
The store has a wide range of products from everyday necessities to something a little more special. The offer includes fresh and local fruit and vegetables, an in-store bakery for breads and pastries, chilled beers and wines, fresh and frozen product, coffee machine, and Irresistible product ranges.
The store also offers Paypoint, Lottery, free cash machine, Collect Plus, and parking.
Notes to editors
Picture caption: Barton Co-operative Store Manager Tony Wills and his team celebrate reopening following a £67,000 investment by Central England Co-op.
About Central England Co-operative
Central England Co-operative is one of the largest independent retail co-operative societies in the UK.
It is a modern, forward-looking organisation employing over 8,000 staff, with the Society’s principal areas of activity being food, funeral services, and property investment.
Central England Co-operative has over 400 trading outlets across 16 counties including; West Midlands, Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Rutland, Nottinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Lincolnshire, West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, Suffolk, Norfolk, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire. The Society has an ambitious food store development programme for 2018.
Central England Co-operative is proud of its reputation for ethical business practices and corporate responsibility. It is a member of Business in the Community, the membership organisation that stands for responsible business, and has also won many business awards for excellence. The Society supports a number of charities including Dementia UK and invests a percentage of its trading profit into local communities.
Becoming a member of Central England Co-operative offers a whole host of benefits ranging from collecting points every time you spend in store to earn a share of the profits, access to members activities and community initiatives including the Community Dividend Fund, which hands out grants of up to £5,000 to charities and good causes across the Society’s trading estate.
For more information visit www.centralengland.coop, follow Central England Co-operative on Twitter: @mycoopfood, and on Facebook: facebook.com/centralenglandcooperative
Rob Smyth / Heather Clapton at Central England Co-operative on 01543 414140