Newboulds Butchers invests £100k in two branches

Newboulds Butchers, a 158-year-old retail business, has invested £100,000 in refurbishing its Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough and Stokesley High Street branches.

Most recently, Newboulds spent £60,000 on a full refit at the Linthorpe branch, including new wall coverings, flooring, ceilings, refrigeration, counters, Imoon lighting, an improved hot food facility and extraction.

The other £40,000 was spent on the Stokesley High Street Branch, where Newboulds said the improvements were carefully and sympathetically implemented in order to conserve the old building.

James Munro, managing director of Newboulds, said: “We are really committed to improving our Newboulds branches and hope that customers like the changes we have made.

“Customers at our Linthorpe Road and Stokesley branches will see new, improved fresh meat displays, offering more choice in fresh, locally sourced meat and poultry. And we now have an improved hot food display at Linthorpe Road, offering customers more choice on-the-go.”

The work was carried out by CV Refrigeration & Catering Equipment. Andy Gaffney, general manager said: “We are thrilled to be working with Newboulds; they have used some really innovative equipment in the refurbished branches including Imoon lighting, which improves product display.”

Newboulds was established in 1856 and has seven retail shops in the Tees Valley. The company was acquired by The Country Valley Foods Group in 2007.

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