Modernisation of Dickleburgh Stores and Post Office will benefit villagers
- Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2016
A south Norfolk shop has reopened after having extensive refurbishment work done on both the inside and outside.
Although he has only owned Dicklbeburgh Stores and Post Office for seven months, Mike Humphreys has had the shop modernised and reopened.
The work took three months and has increased the floor space to enable a larger range of frozen foods, fruit and vegetables and drinks to be sold.
It is also air conditioned and the shop front was also replaced and new windows installed.
Mr Humphreys said: 'The village thinks the shop is fantastic and everyone has said they like it.
You may also want to watch:
'The shop has been here for 100 years but it just needed a good revamp and modernising. We have improved the amount of produce available and a lot of it is local.'
Mr Humphreys owns the Kenninghall Stores and Post Office which he had modernised successfully and said he wanted to do the same to the Dickleburgh shop.
- 1 Air ambulance called and A47 closed after incident
- 2 Pedestrian suffers life-threatening injuries in A47 crash
- 3 Why this Norfolk village is one of the best in the UK
- 4 Man airlifted to hospital with serious head injuries after fight near pub
- 5 Market traders 'devastated' over council plans to revoke licences
- 6 Major Lowestoft road partially closed due to police incident
- 7 Seven fire engines called to blaze on housing estate
- 8 Teenager who lost driving licence receives surprise in post
- 9 Hamleys toy shop opens in Norwich shopping centre
- 10 'I couldn't believe my eyes' - snorkeller finds 125-year-old shipwreck
'The idea is to make it so people do not have to travel into Diss,' he said. 'I am pleased with how it is gone. It is fantastic.'