Jollyes invests in west of England stores
Pet retailer Jollyes has unveiled plans to invest in its stores in the west of England.
The company will be opening a new shop in Brislington, relocating its existing store in Longwell Green to Warmley, and refreshing its shop at Congresbury’s Cadbury Garden Centre by moving it to a new unit.
Subject to Jollyes securing planning permission, the new 7,500 square foot shop in Brislington will launch in December and will create 12 jobs. In addition, the store will feature the first Jollyes pet spa in the Bristol area.
Meanwhile, the Cadbury Garden centre store will move to a new unit on the site in January and the relocated shop in Warmley will open in December to replace Jollyes’ store next to Wickes at Longwell Green.
Jollyes will be investing £500,00 in the projects as it looks to accelerate growth by opening up to 20 new stores over the next 18 months.
Matt Godwin, regional manager for Jollyes in the south of England, said: “People in the west of England love their pets and over the years we’ve built up a solid bond with our customers here in Bristol and beyond. We’re looking forward to reaching out to more customers here with new stores at Warmley and Congresbury and a new state-of-the-art store at Brislington. Together, they’ll give us the best offer we’ve ever had for pet owners in and around Bristol.”
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