Fifteen new jobs for Wisbech as Heron Foods moves into the Horsefair Shopping Centre

PUBLISHED: 16:28 04 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:28 04 October 2018

Kevin Smith welcomes Sarah Taylor, Heron Foods store manager, to the Horsefair Shopping Centre along with Chris Berry, area manager. Picture: SUBMITTED

Kevin Smith welcomes Sarah Taylor, Heron Foods store manager, to the Horsefair Shopping Centre along with Chris Berry, area manager. Picture: SUBMITTED

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Fifteen new jobs have been made for Wisbech as the discount supermarket store, Heron Foods, has moved into the Horsefair Shopping Centre.

The shop opened its doors this morning (Thursday, October 4) and was welcomed by Kevin Smith, centre manager of the shopping centre.

Mr Smith said: We are thrilled that Heron Foods has chosen the Horsefair as the location for its next shop.

“They have a fantastic range of products available, all at brilliant prices with lots of bargains to be had!

“I’m sure it will be a popular shop and we wish them all the best for their future at the Horsefair.”

A spokesman for Heron Foods said: “We are building on our great value reputation and bringing our low prices every day to new customers in Wisbech.

“The store is a convenient, bright and attractive place to shop, offering a huge range of grocery products as well as a free to use cash machine.

“We have an expanded range of chilled, frozen and everyday groceries and non-food items.”

• The store is open weekdays 8am to 6pm and 9am to 5pm on Sunday.

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