Anger at shop news

Rutherglen Reformer - - Reformer view -

Many res­i­dents in Cam­bus­lang ex­pressed their con­cern af­ter our story about M&Co re­fus­ing to deny ru­mours they may be about to pull the plug on their Main Street store. Here is what you had to say: “I like M&Co, I just wish the kids depart­ment was big­ger, es­pe­cially the boys bit and it was not up­stairs.”- Gail Ross

“My daugh­ter is in a wheel­chair, some­times I lift her out and carry her up, other times it’s too much of a has­sle. The staff are fab­u­lous though, if it’s some­thing spe­cific I am need­ing they will bring a se­lec­tion down­stairs.” - Cather­ine No­ble

“Aw, that’s a shame. My granny loves that shop. Cam­bus­lang is lit­er­ally a ghost town now.”- Suzanne Richard­son

“Next it will be Su­per­drug. That’s about all that’s left. What’s hap­pen­ing here? Coun­cil­lors should be step­ping in but as usual they’re not. Sad for our area.” - Joyce Al­li­son

“Time these politi­cians got their act to­gether. Great shop. Re­duce busi­ness rates.” - Ber­nadette Bradley

“I use M&Co be­cause it is lo­cal, it is not huge and I can walk in off the street on one level, the same is true of Su­per­drug. The only way to keep these shops open is for us lo­cals to use them as much as pos­si­ble.”- Elaine Ni­col

“Thanks for sup­port ladies. I’m the man­ager and we rely on your vis­its to our store where I hope we can make you feel wel­come and of­fer as much help and style ad­vice as we can. We are here and as far as I can say will con­tinue to be for fu­ture. Sup­port your lo­cal store and lets get Cam­bus­lang back on the map.”- Julie Bax­ter Toop

“Shop’s been there for so long. It’s lovely to be able to still browse and buy lo­cally. Re­ally sad when they closed EK town cen­tre store, not this one too.”- Heather Todd

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