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Holland & Barrett invests in Gloucester store

Health and wellness retailer Holland & Barrett has re-opened the doors to its Gloucester store after an extensive refurbishment.

The Eastgate Street store has been completely refitted by specialists BHB Electrical & Construction Ltd with an all-new layout, featuring an updated range of more than 100 specialist health supplements and 120 new clean and conscious beauty products.

The updated store features a dedicated honey bay, newly designed click & collect area and a lighting redesign which aims to be more efficient, reduce energy consumption and cut carbon emissions.

While the store underwent the refurbishment, the five strong Holland & Barrett team used that time to take part in additional training to build their skills and knowledge further.

Store manager Mary Stokes said: "It feels brilliant to be re-opening our doors, especially with the store looking so fantastic after the refurbishment.

"All of the team here are so passionate about what we do and we can't wait to get back to helping people in the community, advising them on keeping well, on everything from sleep advice to guidance on what vitamins and supplements might be right for them, especially at the moment when our advice can be so important in helping people take care of themselves."

Social distancing measures such as the installation of shielding screens at each counter and antibacterial hand gels to help keep Holland & Barrett colleagues and customers safe and protected, have also been included.

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