Home Bargains invests in Liverpool

Home Bargains is investing approximately £500,000 in a new store in Liverpool, which will open its doors on Saturday, 6 April.

The top brand, bottom price retailer is creating up to 40 new jobs in the community, with its latest store located on Hanover Street – next to the Tesco superstore, in Liverpool One.

This will be the 35th store to open in Merseyside, joining more than 300 across the UK. With plans to open another 50 stores throughout the country over the next 12 months, the discount retailer is bucking current trends in the industry.

Joe Morris, operations director at Home Bargains, said: “Home Bargains is a family-run business that remains close to its roots. We’re excited to be opening our latest store in Liverpool, the city where it all began.”

The 12,000 sq ft store will give Liverpool shoppers the chance to get their hands on even more of the latest bargains, including a great selection of homewares. Home Bargains also stocks a range of other top branded goods at fantastic value, including health and beauty, household, sweets and snacks, home style and drinks.

Joe added: “Hanover Street will be a great location for us, among some of the high street’s biggest names. We’re thrilled to be in a position to offer local people even more top branded goods at exceptionally low prices.”

Mayor Joe Anderson said: “I am delighted to be officially opening this new Home Bargains store on Hanover Street. Their commitment to Liverpool is  to be commended, this will be their 35th store in the city, creating 40 jobs locally and carrying on the amazing renaissance of Hanover Street.

“I’m sure the store is going to be a huge success, and I wish the staff and all the store’s customers good luck.”

With over three million customers shopping at Home Bargains each week, it’s one of the country’s best-loved discount retailers, stocking top quality, branded goods at low, low prices every day. The company also has an e-commerce website, www.homebargains.co.uk, enabling customers to buy items online.

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