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Shrewsbury: Better Than Ever!

Shrewsbury is back open for business and is better than ever!

 

 

“The wait is finally over and the newly refurbished Millets in Shrewsbury is once again open.  The team are so proud to finally be able to invite the eager public into their fantastic store and to show off the hard work put in by everyone to produce such a wonderful store.

The store showcases the widest range of products and the team are really passionate about delighting our customers.

The new layout has been really well received and our customers can't believe the transformation! 

We are all now looking forward to welcoming the people of Shrewsbury into our store so that they can experience the new store for themselves.” Simon Lee, Area Manager

 

 

Opened up to three floors, the Shrewsbury store can now stock a superb range of products including its very own tent showcase floor showing off the top tents pitched in all its glory. Perfect to have a snoop around and picture how you would set up your own home from home.

Located in a beautiful town surrounded by riverside walks, our Shrewsbury store is the perfect location for those who enjoy gentle walks with picturesque views. For those who like something a bit more challenging, our great store is close to the Shropshire Hills where you can spend the day walking for miles amongst its natural beauty.

 

 

Have you been to see our store in Shrewsbury?

 

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