Babies’ £50,000 boost from supermarket

Babies’ £50,000 boost from supermarket

Babies’ £50,000 boost from supermarket

First published in South Essex

A SUPERMARKET has ploughed £50,000 into improving its facilities for parents.

The baby-change areas at Morrisons, in Northwick Park, Canvey, have been redesigned to create a more comfortable and convenient environment.

The new open plan layout provides space for larger prams and buggies and there are now baby feeding chairs available.

The customer toilets have also undergone a major refurbishment.

Visitors are set to benefit from new toilets, cubicles and sinks.

Revamped vanity units, mirrors, and brighter lights have also helped improve the space.

Mark Easton, store manager, said: “We have made a significant investment in our store’s facilities.

We hope mums, dads and regular customers will agree the improvements have been transformational.

“We expect it will result in an easier and more pleasant shop for everyone who visits our store.”

The work is part of a major investment programme by Morrisons to make shopping trips easier for its customers across the country.

The project includes the redesigning of stores, the extension of opening hours, new car park rules and the removal of trolley lock facilities.

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4:41pm Thu 4 Sep 14

The King of Southend says...

I can't wait to take a porcelain cruise next time I am in there.
I can't wait to take a porcelain cruise next time I am in there. The King of Southend
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4:41pm Thu 4 Sep 14

The King of Southend says...

Banning rough looking fat people would be even more of an improvement.
Banning rough looking fat people would be even more of an improvement. The King of Southend
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6:14pm Thu 4 Sep 14

sesibollox says...

All that expenditure at a time when Morrisons are in dire straits with other shops such as Aldi Lidl and Asda, makes you wonder if they are trying to improve the resale chances, once the profit gurus decide to chop this Canvey store from it's dwindling chain.
All that expenditure at a time when Morrisons are in dire straits with other shops such as Aldi Lidl and Asda, makes you wonder if they are trying to improve the resale chances, once the profit gurus decide to chop this Canvey store from it's dwindling chain. sesibollox
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6:21pm Thu 4 Sep 14

LexyGirl says...

The King of Southend wrote:
Banning rough looking fat people would be even more of an improvement.
Or even classless people like yourself?
[quote][p][bold]The King of Southend[/bold] wrote: Banning rough looking fat people would be even more of an improvement.[/p][/quote]Or even classless people like yourself? LexyGirl
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