A Home Bargains store will be opening in Prestwich tomorrow, Saturday.

The Quality Save shop, near the Longfield Centre, will be reopened as a Home Bargains store after just over a week's worth of renovations.

The store, which closed on Friday, September 1, will open at 8am with a new look, freezers and a “great Halloween section” according to store manager, Dan Bond.

He said: “Tomorrow (Saturday) will be the grand opening of the Home Bargains and the transition has been very successful.

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“We have kept all the Quality Saver staff on with us and believe this changeover will be great for the community.”

A “grand store opening” will take place at 8am to allow customers the opportunity to be the first to look around the renovated interiors.

Dan said: “We now have a freezer and chiller section which will be great for convenience.

“There is also a great Halloween section.

“We have a fantastic team and are excited to open in Prestwich town centre after just over a week of refurbishing the store.”

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During January this year, Quality Save was sold to TJ Morris, owner of Home Bargains, and its stores have been undergoing a rebranding process.

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Changes to the Prestwich store have been met with mixed emotions from customers who say, “it will always be Quality Save to us” and “it’s served us well over the years".

Others added that they are excited about the change with some adding that after passing the store, it “looks great” and that there are “lots of fridges and freezers in there now, something quality save didn't have”.

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“Lovely” and “friendly” Staff, who are being kept on by the company, were also thanked by customers for their work and kindness over the years”.