New M&S store set to open in Ripon next month
Marks & Spencer has today announced it will be opening the doors to its newest food store in Ripon on July 15 at 10am.
Located on Rotary Way, the store will be led by Store Manager, Paul Nicoll, alongside his team of 60 colleagues.
Store Manager, Paul Nicoll, has worked at M&S for 34 years and said: “My team and I are really excited about our new store in Ripon. We’ll be working hard to provide outstanding service and help make every penny count for the community.
"Our new food store will offer thousands of great quality food products and customers will also be able to shop for M&S’s full clothing and home collections via M&S.com and using our Click & Collect service. We look forward to getting to know the local community in the run up to and following the opening.”
Mark Rothery, Managing Director of Rothstone Estates, added “Announcing the opening date is a really exciting milestone in the project. Marshall Construction has now completed their building work and we are pleased to have handed over to M&S, so that the store team can prepare for opening.
"I would like to thank the Ripon community for their support and continued patience as we work hard with all parties to deliver this great investment in the city.”
As well as groceries, M&S Ripon will also offer the full range clothing & home products via its Click & Collect service.
Customers can opt for next day pick up if they order online by 10pm the night before on M&S.com and the store will also offer returns.
The store will be located at Unit 1, St Michael’s Retail Park, Rotary Way, Ripon and will be open Monday – Saturday, 8am – 8pm, and 11am – 5pm on Sunday.
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