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B&M to relocate to a bigger and better store at Marshall’s Yard

B&M to relocate to a bigger and better store at Marshall’s Yard
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B&M to relocate to a bigger and better store at Marshall’s Yard

3 July 2024

Leading discount retailer B&M has announced that it will be relocating its current Lord Street, Gainsborough store to a unit at Marshalls Yard  – giving the company a much bigger and better site in the town.

This relocation will create 25 new jobs and follows feedback from regular shoppers that they wanted to see a bigger shop and even more products. The store team will be moving into the former Wilko’s at Marshall’s Yard – just a short walk from the old site. 

The new store will be much bigger and better with over 20,764 sq ft. of sales space, offering an even wider selection of great bargains from grocery, toiletries and health & beauty to toys, homeware, and DIY.

The store team at the current Gainsborough B&M store will shut down the tills for the final time on Wednesday 17th July 2024, but customers won’t have to wait much longer to get back in to store as the new site will open at 8am Saturday 20th July 2024.

Store colleagues were asked to nominate a local charity they think truly deserves some VIP treatment for the work they do for the local community to celebrate the relocation.

They chose the team from Feeding Gainsborough to take centre stage and officially unveil the new B&M store.

Feeding Gainsborough collects surplus food from local supermarkets, businesses and growers and redistributes it to those most in need. A donation will also be made to the charity.

The store manager at B&M Gainsborough said: “We wanted a bigger and better store for our customers, giving them even more big, branded products.”

“We hope customers are going to be delighted with their new store, we’re really excited to get the doors open very soon.”

Amy Jones, Assistant Centre Manager at Marshall’s Yard, said: “We are delighted to be welcoming B&M to the centre, which will enhance the range of essential goods we can offer to our customers. The investment also means a significant number of new jobs for the area, which is great news for Gainsborough.”

The store manager added: “Feeding Gainsborough really stood out for us, so we wanted to give them some VIP treatment as a thank you for all the hard work that they have done. We hope that our donation can also help them to continue the great work they do.”

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Picture shows the unit where B&M is opening at Marshall's Yard. 

For further information, contact:

Public Relations Department, Dransfield Properties Ltd
Tel: 01226 360644