Char­ity plans re­tail park su­per­store

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A CHAR­ITY which sup­ports peo­ple with longterm and ter­mi­nal ill­nesses has con­firmed plans to open a store in Burscough.

Sue Ry­der will open the fur­ni­ture store at Ring­tail Re­tail Park next year, with a spokesman con­firm­ing the plans af­ter weeks of spec­u­la­tion.

An open­ing date of Fe­bru­ary next year is planned, with the store also set to stock a range of cloth­ing and home goods.

The store will open in the va­cant unit next to the Aldi su­per­store; the an­nounce­ment comes just weeks af­ter the award­win­ning Fylde Fish Bar opened a shop at the re­tail park.

The char­ity, which pro­vides pal­lia­tive and be­reave­ment care for pa­tients and their fam­i­lies, re­quires £44m to op­er­ate each year and op­er­ates sim­i­lar shops across the coun­try.

A spokesman for the char­ity said: “We are ex­cited to con­firm that Sue Ry­der is set to open a new su­per­store in the Ring­tail Re­tail Park in Fe­bru­ary 2019, and we will an­nounce an open­ing date in due course.

“The shop’s new ‘su­per­store’ for­mat will pair the choice of a large out-oftown store with the low prices you would ex­pect of a Sue Ry­der shop.

“Cus­tomers will be able to browse a wide range of both brand new and sec­ond-hand fur­ni­ture, cloth­ing and home­wares, whilst also sup­port­ing Sue Ry­der’s pal­lia­tive, neu­ro­log­i­cal and be­reave­ment care.”

The char­ity is now re­cruit­ing for three paid roles at the new store. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit suery­

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