Hereford Co-op reopens after £1.5 million refurb

Hereford Co-op reopens after £1

A FOOD store in Hereford has reopened after a £1.5 million facelift over the last 10 weeks.

The Co-op store in Grandstand Road, which includes a Peacock’s clothing outlet, employs 45 people, and runs on 100% renewable electricity.

Following a 10-week programme of works, the new-look store includes Costa coffee express, Amazon Lockers, and enhanced bakery.

The national chain said from October 22 the store will offer a new click and collect service, with collections available in as little as two hours through Co-op’s own online shop.

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The store’s manager Gareth Jones said: “We are delighted to have had the opportunity to make such a significant investment in Hereford. We have had a great response.

“We have worked hard to create a truly compelling offer locally with added services, ease and convenience – we are looking forward to serving the community.”

The store was officially opened by David Harding, sport development manager for charity MIND.

Hereford Times