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Large queue forms for opening of Poundstretcher in Great Yarmouth

PUBLISHED: 12:55 20 April 2018 | UPDATED: 08:48 21 April 2018

Mayor Kerry Robinson-Payne officially opens the Poundstretcher store.
Picture: Anthony Carroll

Mayor Kerry Robinson-Payne officially opens the Poundstretcher store. Picture: Anthony Carroll

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A large crowd has gathered in Great Yarmouth town centre to witness the opening of a Poundstretcher store in Regent Road.

College students with the Wroughton pupils. They have formed a learning partnership.
Picture: East Norfolk Sixth Form CollegeCollege students with the Wroughton pupils. They have formed a learning partnership. Picture: East Norfolk Sixth Form College

The store, based in the former BHS building and which has created 20 jobs, was officially opened by the mayor of the borough Kerry Robinson-Payne at 10am and saw people queuing up 7.30am to take advantage of a series of bargain offers.

In opening the store Mrs Robinson-Payne said: “I am delighted with the lovely investment Poundstretcher are putting into the town.”

Deputy store manager Peter Pousfield said he was pleased so many people had turned up for the opening.

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