Spar Dornoch, in the Highlands, has reopened after a store refresh.
The store, at Dornoch Business Park, is now owned by local businesswoman Nicole Murray, who also owns Spar Ben View Stores in Golspie.
Deals and offers on grocery, beer, wine and spirits items were available to customers for the relaunch, including free sampling and 100 goody bags. Customers who visited were also able to enter a free prize draw to win a 24” TV and 2 x £50 Spar vouchers.
Murray said: “I am so excited to take over the store at Dornoch. It’s been a busy few months re-vamping the store and we hope customers will like the few changes we’ve made. We have introduced a great food-to-go range with coffee and bacon rolls, as well as Capaldis ice-cream.”
Also available in-store is the lottery, a news and magazine range, ATM, a slush machine, and PayPoint. The store is open Monday-Saturday 6am-9pm and Sunday 8am-8pm.
Mike Leonard, Sales Director for Spar Scotland, said: “Congratulations to Nicole and all the team at both Dornoch and Golspie. We are delighted to be able to support Nicole with the grand reopening at Dornoch and wish her great success for the future.”
Spar Dornoch donated £200 to MFR Cash for Kids on the relaunch day. Allana Mackay, the Charity Executive, said: “We are absolutely delighted to receive a cheque for £200 and strike up a fantastic partnership with Spar Dornoch going forward.”