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Community placed at the heart of SPAR Nafferton’s launch

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SPAR Nafferton has opened its doors.

Located in New Road, just off the A614, the SPAR convenience store opened to the public at a slightly revised time of 11.02am to mark a two-minute silence for D-Day at 11am.

The first 50 customers through the doors got their ‘tea for free’ and residents local to the SPAR have received £5 and £15 SPAR money-off coupons through the post in advance of opening.

Vice chairman of East Riding of Yorkshire Council Cllr Liam Dealtry cut the ribbon to formally declare the store open at 12 noon and he was joined by chair of Nafferton Parish Council Cllr Cathy Milan.

Highlight store features include a Graham Eyes butchers, Clayton Park deli, and Cheeky Coffee machine, and these will sit alongside a comprehensive range of convenience goods and big-name brands at low prices.

Outside of store is a six-pump Shell livery forecourt, an air and water machine, and customer parking and opening hours are between 7am and 10pm, seven days a week.

In the run up to launch, SPAR has been supporting a range of community groups, organisations, and schools in the local area.

Nafferton Scouts are to receive a £500 donation helping them to fund much-needed sporting equipment and SPAR is the glass sponsor of the upcoming Nafferton Recreation Club Beer Festival in July.

Nafferton Youth Football Club’s under 13s away kit will have the SPAR logo on it for the 2024/25 season, with SPAR also sponsoring player of the match announcements.

Burton Agnes CE Primary School has also been successful in their application for a SPAR Sports Day grant which will see £200 donated to support the school’s summer event.

Fiona Drummond, company stores director for James Hall & Co. Ltd, owner of SPAR Nafferton, said: “We are delighted with how the preparation has gone pre-launch and cannot wait to open the doors to welcome in the community as we are aware of the anticipation the opening has generated.

“Ahead of launch, we have been busy making good on SPAR’s brand pillars of Nurture Our Neighbourhoods and Passionate About Local with our community support.

“Our team of locally employed people led by manager Jess Young will continue with these values after launch, while providing the very best convenience offer customers.”

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