Droitwich Morrisons gets massive £500k revamp - The Droitwich Standard

Droitwich Morrisons gets massive £500k revamp

Droitwich Editorial 9th Apr, 2015 Updated: 17th Oct, 2016   0

THE TOWN’S Morrisons has been transformed with a £500,000 makeover.

The supermarket now has a completely refreshed look thanks to a specialist team which worked around the clock to revamp the store in just five weeks.

Morrisons’ butcher Mike Knight, baker Matt Dunkers and fishmonger Jack Morgan were joined by deli worker Kelly Brooks and greengrocer Mike Williams to cut the ribbon and mark the re-opening of the store.

New fridges and ceilings have been installed, fixtures and fittings removed and the whole shop has been de-cluttered.




It was also fitted with new signage and tiling and has been freshly painted inside.

A range of new counters have been installed including a new deli which features cheeses from around the world and a new salad bar which houses a wide range of lunchtime pasta, rice and salad vegetables.


As well as this, a new food to go section was also added with a range of coffees and savoury pastries plus an extended sandwich and snacking range.

The store is also now home to a refreshed bakery and cake shop, a new and improved flower shop and an extended greengrocer area.

New departments have been added and extended to include a new beers, wines and spirits section, a new health and beauty section and a refreshed free from section.

Sean Doyle, Morrisons Droitwich general manager, said: “We have made a significant investment and introduced some exciting new counters and ranges.

“We hope that customers will agree that the improvements have transformed our store.

“We expect it will result in a fuller, easier and more pleasant shop for Droitwich Spa’s customers.”

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