Worksop: Business is booming for Crawshaws Butchers after store opening

Feature pics of Crawshaws Butchers new shop at Worksop, on their open day NWGU 3-9-15 Crawshaws, Russ Davies Area Director (left) & Store Manager Steve Maxfield (3 & 4
Feature pics of Crawshaws Butchers new shop at Worksop, on their open day NWGU 3-9-15 Crawshaws, Russ Davies Area Director (left) & Store Manager Steve Maxfield (3 & 4
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Crawshaws butchers officially opened in the Priory Shopping Centre last week and business is booming.

Russell Davies, the company’s director, opened the store to the public on the morning of Thursday, September 3.

Russell said: “Crawshaws leads the way in traditional butchering through its continual improvements to product range, outstanding customer service and value for money for customers.

“Our new store has brought eighteen jobs to the town and will be open Monday to Saturday from 7.30am to 6pm and on Sundays from 10am-4pm.

“We are delighted to be opening a store in Worksop and the local community has wasted no time in telling us they are looking forward to it.”

Crawshaws has opened in the same location where EA Bird & Sons stood for over 100 years before closing suddenly earlier this year.

Priory Centre manager David Aunins said: “We’re delighted to welcome Crawshaws to the centre and we’re delighted to see the heritage of a butchers store on Bridge Place be continued.

“I can’t to pop in at lunchtimes! I’m sure they’ll be a very popular choice.”