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Beauly primary kids invited to unveil new-look co-op store

By Niall Harkiss

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Beauly Station Road Co-op staff Linda Smith, Neil Cameron (Manager) were joined by Beauly Primary pupils to re-open the new look store.
Beauly Station Road Co-op staff Linda Smith, Neil Cameron (Manager) were joined by Beauly Primary pupils to re-open the new look store.

Pupils from Beauly Primary School cut the ribbon on the village’s new-look Co-op store last week.

The retailer unveiled its makeover following a six-week programme of improvements to transform its Station Road store with a fresh new-look.


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Store manager Neil Cameron said: “We have had a great response. The whole team is delighted to have the opportunity to re-launch our Beauly store following a major makeover - the store has been transformed with a great new-look, and we are enjoying welcoming the community into their Co-op.

“Our aim is to operate at the heart of local life and we have worked to develop the range, choice and added services to create a compelling offer to serve our community conveniently.

“The store also has a focus on delivering value, with member price savings across a wide range of everyday essentials so that the people who own our business, our member-owners, benefit every time they shop.”

Improvements include a new over-counter range from Inverness-based bakery Harry Gow offering hot pies and cakes.

It also includes a Costa Coffee Express, customer car parking and a free cash machine providing access to cash in the community.

The near 5000 sq ft store is open between 7am-10pm daily, and currently supports 25 local jobs.

Parcel collection services are available in-store via Amazon and, an InPost Locker, for added ease and convenience.

A soft plastic recycle unit is available in store to enable the community to recycle ‘soft plastics’ including: crisp packets and bread bags, lids from ready meals and yogurt pots, biscuit wrappers and, pet food pouches - ensuring all Co-op’s own food packaging is recyclable either through local authority kerbside collections, or the in-store recycling unit.

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