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Refit gives Sainsbury’s store bright new look
9:28am Friday 6th September 2013 in Business news
NATIONAL supermarket chain Sainsbury’s has reopened its Bishopthorpe Road store in York following an investment in the site.
The Sainsbury’s Local shop, which sits in Scarcroft Road, has been closed for almost four weeks to allow for an interior renovation.
Yesterday was the official opening of the new-look shop, which now stocks a wider range of products, is more energy efficient, and has wider aisles as well as new fixtures and fittings.
Local resident Trevor Morris, who has supported the shop and its staff, and contributed to fundraising events in recent years, cut the ribbon.
Bishopthorpe Road was recently highlighted a “trendy” hotspot for retail and café culture when Clementhorpe was ranked ninth in The Times top 30 coolest places to live, and likened to Notting Hill.
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