Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 21 October 2014

New re-designed Bangor M&S opens

Marks and Spencer's re-designed store in Bangor was unveiled with a traditional ribbon cutting ceremony led by the store manager, Gerry Ferrin, and longest serving member of staff, Maureen Killen

MARKS & Spencer's re-designed store in Bangor has been unveiled with a traditional ribbon-cutting ceremony led by the store manager, Gerry Ferrin, and his team.

The 47,500 sq ft store re-launched under Marks Spencer's new signature style with contemporary interior design, brighter lighting, easy to navigate walkways and more spacious fitting rooms.

Mr Ferrin said: “The redevelopment of the store has been an exciting time for us and both customers and staff are delighted with the final results.

“Our fantastic new-look store brings a refreshing shopping experience to Bangor and we're confident customers will enjoy their shopping trips even more.”

Increased space has created wider customer choice across womenswear including a "bigger and better per una section".

Other highlights include an improved M&S Café, increasing from 80 to 110 seats and serving hot food including toasted sandwiches and ciabattas, as well as a range of hot drinks.

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