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Dates set for opening of two new B&M stores in Cambridgeshire

B&M says more store openings are planned for 2024

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Discount retailer B&M is to open two new stores in Cambridgeshire within days of each other. First of the new stores will be in the Cloisters at Ely where the company is busy converting the former Wilko store which closed last October.

An opening date of March 7 has been advised by the company.

The new B&M store in the Cloisters, Ely, taking shape. PHOTO: Walter Gunston

The new B&M store in the Cloisters, Ely, taking shape. PHOTO: Walter Gunston

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On March 22, B&M expect to open another store in Cambridgeshire – this time in Huntingdon – and also taking over another former Wilko property. It will replace the former Wilko on St Germain Walk.

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B&M promise both stores will stock a variety of branded items including food, drink and pet food plus homeware, health and beauty products, electricals, toys, and games.

The new B&M store in the Cloisters, Ely, taking shape. PHOTO: Walter Gunston

The new B&M store in the Cloisters, Ely, taking shape. PHOTO: Walter Gunston

With over 700 stores across the UK, B&M says more store openings are planned for 2024.

 

 

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