Pupils from Brundall Primary School help to re-launch local shop

Pupils from Brundall Primary School have helped bring a new lease of life to one of the village's shops.

They were on-hand last Friday to cut the ribbon, pictured, as Brundall Pet and Hardware, which has been based in the village for over seven years, was re-launched as Brundall Home Hardware.

Owners of the Links Avenue store, Andrew and Alison Bevan, presented the school with a cheque for �100 worth of gardening equipment to show their gratitude.

Andrew said: 'I am delighted to be able to invite Brundall School to reopen our store. We have worked with the school for a number of years with school visits and gardening workshops.

'When thinking about who could reopen the store for us it seemed a natural choice to invite the school.'

The hardware shop has evolved over the years to include a garden centre and now also has a kitchenware department.

While the new name, Brundall Home Hardware, reflects that the shop is part of the Home Hardware chain. Andrew added: 'We have an excellent reputation for offering good customer service and providing the best product choices for our customers.

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'On the rare occasion that we are asked for an item we haven't got, we always endeavour to obtain it, which is a personal service that our customers value'

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