Witney's Poundstretcher will reopen on Saturday after a £750,000 refurbishment.

Some £100 of vouchers will be given away to customers and £200 to Witney Foodbank to celebrate the grand re-opening of the Station Lane store at 10am.

Property and legal director Gerry Loughran said: “We are pleased to be opening a brand new store to the people of Witney with lots of fantastic branded products, all at bargain prices, and look forward to opening another 50 stores over the coming months, creating over 1,000 jobs.

“We are expecting massive queues for our opening day, so come early to catch the bargains!”

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New staff both part- and full time are being recruited locally while the store has been remodelled to allow customers to shop more comfortably.

Loo Loo Rose, marketing manager, added: “Our customer’s shopping experience is important to us. We want our customers to feel comfortable in our newly refurbished stores, and we are excited to give them a fresh look and show them off to the public once again. We hope to see more familiar faces when our refurbished stores reopen!”