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By Haddenham Webteam - 16th October 2013 8:30am
McColls has announced that the company is about to start a major refit of its Haddenham shop on Bank's Parade.
The work will start on Monday 21st October and is scheduled for completion by Friday 1st of November.
Christina Jesty, McColls' Area Manager, is excited about the changes: "They will provide a better store and an enhanced shopping experience for the Haddenham community. As well as a re-designed store layout, we will also be increasing the range of products available and using Nisa as our new supplier. We are confident that our customers will be very happy with the new offering."
"Unfortunately during the two weeks of change, the store will not look its usual self and we ask kindly that our customers are patient with us — the temporary inconvenience will be worth it".
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