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Shopping centre boost for pet shop business

A pet supplies store has moved into a shopping centre in the Cheshire town of Winsford and has already noticed a boost in business.


Doolittles Pet Supplies was the first tenant to transfer to the Winsford Cross development since the loca;l council bought the centre for £19.75 million earlier this year.


Owner Andrew Crossfield told the Winsford and Middlewich Guardian: “We were on Delamere Street before. It was hard for people to get to us and parking was an issue.


 “There is a lot more footfall here, and people coming into the shop are saying it is better for them to get to us. Now they are doing their shopping and coming to us and don’t have to make a special journey.


“Things are looking good early days and we have got the rear access for deliveries to come in, that’s a big help.”


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