Hot on the heels of opening reportedly the largest kitchen showroom in Tamworth, retailer Wren Kitchens 80th store is now open in Exeter.
The kitchen retailer invested over £1million to transform the 16,000sqt premises at Stone Lane Retail Park and which employs 27 people.
It was officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony by Deputy Lord Mayor of Exeter Cllr Yolanda Henson.
Today, the ribbon was cut for the opening of Wren Kitchens 80th state-of-the-art showroom at Stone Lane Retail Park in Exeter.
Wren donated £500 to the Mayo’s chosen charity – CITY Community Trust – which delivers health, education and physical activity programmes to the locality.
Last year, the charity supported 45,000 from the ages of 3-83 to lead more active and healthier lifestyles.
Wren Kitchens Exeter showroom manager, Alison Hawkins said: “It is fantastic to see the public being inspired and excited by our highly anticipated showroom and I’d like to thank everyone who has wished us success and a real warm welcome,”
“We look forward to making dream kitchens become reality for the Exeter community and beyond for many years to come.”
The new showroom forms part of Wren’s wider expansion plans, to open 14 showrooms across the UK this year.