Co-op unveils new Ulverston store

The Co-op has unveiled its new store in Ulverston, following a £515,000 investment.  

The convenience retailer is set to open its doors to the new location on Priory Road on August 20.  

The new site features a bakery, Fairtrade coffee dispenser, various ready meals and food-to-go ranges, an ATM and everyday essentials and runs on 100 per cent renewable energy. 

It will also be supporting 17 local jobs.     

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“The new, larger store has a great look and layout, it is much brighter than our former store and we have been getting a great response from the community”, Co-op store manager Chris Prosser said.  

“We are delighted to be serving up Co-op’s newest store, and we have worked to develop the range, choice, products and added services to create a really compelling offer locally.” 

Co-op area manager Paul Reilly added: “Co-op is committed to connecting communities and making a difference locally, and our aim is to operate at the heart of local life. 

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