Poundland coming to Abergavenny

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POUNDLAND has announced plans to open a new store in Abergavenny, creating 15 new jobs.

The national retailer will move into the former Dorothy Perkins premises at Cibi Walk and two empty units on either side, creating ten full and five part-time jobs.

Richard Lancaster, Poundland’s Trading Director, said: “Poundland has grown significantly over the past 12 months and it’s fantastic to see this expansion continuing with a new store in Abergavenny.”

The company has asked Monmouthshire council for permission to create a new shop front and put up new signs. The application has yet to be considered.

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6:24pm Fri 4 Apr 14

Poolerkev says...

Looking forward to it opening. Their weight watcher stuff is a bargain.
Looking forward to it opening. Their weight watcher stuff is a bargain. Poolerkev
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11:51pm Fri 4 Apr 14

Dwainneilleay says...

I cant believe they are opening a shoddy pound store where curry s and Dorothy Perkins existed!! Talk about crappy shops to lower further the quality of good shopping. I am also astounded that it is next to Wilkinson, W H Smiths! talk about taking the biscuit i mean who seriously agreed to this cause they need to get their head seen to its madness......Low quality shops continue......
I cant believe they are opening a shoddy pound store where curry s and Dorothy Perkins existed!! Talk about crappy shops to lower further the quality of good shopping. I am also astounded that it is next to Wilkinson, W H Smiths! talk about taking the biscuit i mean who seriously agreed to this cause they need to get their head seen to its madness......Low quality shops continue...... Dwainneilleay
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11:29am Sun 6 Apr 14

Limestonecowboy says...

Dwainneilleay wrote:
I cant believe they are opening a shoddy pound store where curry s and Dorothy Perkins existed!! Talk about crappy shops to lower further the quality of good shopping. I am also astounded that it is next to Wilkinson, W H Smiths! talk about taking the biscuit i mean who seriously agreed to this cause they need to get their head seen to its madness......Low quality shops continue......
Then why are these "low quality shops" always busy?
[quote][p][bold]Dwainneilleay[/bold] wrote: I cant believe they are opening a shoddy pound store where curry s and Dorothy Perkins existed!! Talk about crappy shops to lower further the quality of good shopping. I am also astounded that it is next to Wilkinson, W H Smiths! talk about taking the biscuit i mean who seriously agreed to this cause they need to get their head seen to its madness......Low quality shops continue......[/p][/quote]Then why are these "low quality shops" always busy? Limestonecowboy
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2:33pm Sun 6 Apr 14

Woodgnome says...

Aber High Street us going low end shopping rapidly.
Aber High Street us going low end shopping rapidly. Woodgnome
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2:34pm Sun 6 Apr 14

Petrus Barba says...

Dwainneilleay wrote:
I cant believe they are opening a shoddy pound store where curry s and Dorothy Perkins existed!! Talk about crappy shops to lower further the quality of good shopping. I am also astounded that it is next to Wilkinson, W H Smiths! talk about taking the biscuit i mean who seriously agreed to this cause they need to get their head seen to its madness......Low quality shops continue......
I never knew that Wilkinson purported to be a quality shop. Thank you for informing me!
[quote][p][bold]Dwainneilleay[/bold] wrote: I cant believe they are opening a shoddy pound store where curry s and Dorothy Perkins existed!! Talk about crappy shops to lower further the quality of good shopping. I am also astounded that it is next to Wilkinson, W H Smiths! talk about taking the biscuit i mean who seriously agreed to this cause they need to get their head seen to its madness......Low quality shops continue......[/p][/quote]I never knew that Wilkinson purported to be a quality shop. Thank you for informing me! Petrus Barba
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