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Henderson Retail Opens New SPAR Carnmoney Store

Henderson Retail has just completed the £500,000 fit-out of the recently constructed SPAR Carnmoney Hill, the first of its new builds to open amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing 21 new jobs to the local community .

  Mark McCammond, Retail Director at Henderson Group which owns the SPAR brand in Northern Ireland, says it has not been without its challenges, but this new store has an important role to play in setting the new standards of shopping for Northern Ireland.   Mark commented; “we started this build back in 2019, and had originally hoped to open in May however, due to the pandemic and subsequent lockdown, we had to stop the construction and of course, adjust our plans around the future of retail here in Northern Ireland.”   As one of the essential businesses which remained open throughout lockdown, Mark says they have overcome huge challenges to set the standard of safety across the entire network, and the project at SPAR Carnmoney Hill has provided an opportunity to incorporate all the new safety measures as part of the store design.

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