Pupils help out in opening of new-look store

PUBLISHED: 14:34 25 October 2007 | UPDATED: 15:17 12 May 2010

Co-op manager Steve Allsey with pupils from Melbourn Primary School at the opening of the store

Co-op manager Steve Allsey with pupils from Melbourn Primary School at the opening of the store

SCHOOL children were the stars of the show at the opening of a new look Co-op store. Pupils from Melbourn Primary School cut the ribbon to officially launch the revamped store in the High Street, Melbourn. They were presented with a donation of £200 for s

SCHOOL children were the stars of the show at the opening of a new look Co-op store.

Pupils from Melbourn Primary School cut the ribbon to officially launch the revamped store in the High Street, Melbourn.

They were presented with a donation of £200 for school funds by store manager Steve Allsey.

He said: "As a community retailer it is appropriate that we involve the community in our special events

"We are delighted our local school is playing a central role in the re-launch of our store."

The new-look for the community store comes after a £260,000 revamp and now includes Access for All automatic doors and an eco-friendly refrigerator.


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