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Bunnings reveals locations of ninth and tenth UK Warehouse stores

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News broke on Thursday afternoon that the Homebase in Weston-super-mare will be the ninth store to be converted to a Bunnings Warehouse and the first in the South West. The 76,000q ft store on Bristol Road, Worle will be rebranded as a Bunnings Warehouse before the end of the year.

A company spokeswoman said: "We can confirm that the ninth Bunnings Warehouse pilot store will open in Worle later this year, replacing the existing Homebase on Bristol Road.

It's understood that all existing store staff will be retained and up to 20 additional full and part-time roles will be created, taking the overall number of team members to 70.

Since we first published this news, it has also emerged that the Homebase store on Edinburgh Way, Harlow, Essex will be the tenth conversion to be completed in 2017.

Read - Latest Bunnings Warehouse opens in Folkestone

"This is an exciting development for us as our pilot programme continues the momentum of establishing the Bunnings Warehouse format across the UK."

Read - Bunnings to double size of 2017 pilot store programme

Stores already open and trading include the following (click on link for full address):-

Stores being converted and yet to open:-

  • Thanet (Broadstairs)
  • Sittingbourne (Kent)
  • Basildon Vange (Essex)
  • Weston-super-mare (Avon)
  • Harlow (Essex)

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Further information and news on the next ten openings is expected from Bunnings UK&I press office, so make sure you check back to Insight DIY regularly, you don't want to miss it!

Source: Insight DIY Team

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10 August 2017

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