James Hall & Co unveils new look Spar store in Preston

James Hall & Co unveils new look Spar store in Preston

The company reconfigured the former Lansdown Garage site on Brownedge Road, Preston, to allow for a larger Spar store and additional facilities. The 3,000sq ft store features a range of everyday essentials alongside a brand new Graham Eyes High Class Butchers counter, Clayton Park Deli, Tango Ice Blast machine, and Cheeky Coffee offering.

Graham Eyes High Class Butchers offers a range of fresh meats and handmade ready meals, and Clayton Park Deli, a selection of made-to-order sandwiches, hot and cold deli products and freshly baked bread. Also featured is Fazila Foods, a Bolton family business that produces Asian spiced deli products, sandwiches, and ready meals.
Fiona Drummond, company-owned stores director at James Hall & Co, said: “We are thrilled to unveil the new Spar Lostock Hall site and are confident that customers will enjoy the additional facilities and modern feel of the store.
“As many supermarkets are closing their deli and meat counters, we have found an increase in Spar customers looking to pick up high-quality meat and fresh food-to-go from their local convenience store, and Graham Eyes’ trusted family brand has proved very popular with SPAR customers in Warton and our company-owned Southport stores.”
Drummond added: “With LED lighting and energy-saving fridges, this store is an investment for Lostock Hall’s community for years to come and we look forward to welcoming new and existing customers to their new store.”
The new Spar store and forecourt site – consisting of 4 Shell fuel pumps, 9 car parking spaces, air, and vacuum facilities – has created 28 jobs. The site will be open 06.00 – 23.00 seven days a week.

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