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A Lincolnshire Co-op travel branch in Grantham has opened the doors to its new home for the first time today. The store, which is located on High Street, has been transformed into a modern and welcoming travel branch using £120,000 of investment.
It's moved from its previous home at Downtown Garden Centre in Great Gonerby.
The new branch has five desks for the expert travel team to give advice and book holidays, plus a Bureau de Change to provide foreign currency.
There’s also a ceiling-mounted world map, hot drink facilities and a comfy seating area so holiday makers can relax while planning their next break.
Laura Britain, Lincolnshire Co-op Travel Manager in Grantham, said:
“I love it! It looks fresh and modern. I think customers will be inquisitive and will want to look at the amazing design and facilities here.”
Customer Pamela Whiting was planning for her next break away, she said:
“The branch looks great. I love the map on the ceiling, the clocks, the globe and the whole decor in here.”
The official opening will be held on Thursday 29 March, which will see two donations of £250 made to two local charities.
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