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Co-op gets £2m refurb

By The Cornishman  |  Posted: November 29, 2012

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A WATERFRONT shop has been given a £2 million makeover.

The new look Co-operative Food store and petrol station on The Promenade in Wherrytown is due to reopen today.

To celebrate the investment, pupils from Alverton County Primary School will join manager, Perry Bullock, to perform a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10am. The children will also receive a donation of £200 towards school funds.

Mr Bullock said the overhaul came about as the store adapted to the needs of its customers.

"Our customers lead busy personal and professional lives; they want a store they can nip in and out of, grabbing the day-to-day items they need, while also filling their car up with petrol," he said.

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  • jimjams2011  |  November 29 2012, 11:03AM

    What a waste of £2million pounds. On a co-op!

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